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Amazingly Cool Plush Arabian and Bactrian Camels

Animal lovers everywhere will simply Enjoy these
Absolutely Adorable Stuffed Plush Arabian Camels
and Stuffed Plush Bactrian Camels right out of the
deserts of Arabia and Africa.

Stuffed Bactrian Camel

Stuffed Arabian Camel

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Did you ever wonder why a camel has a hump on it's back?

Actually a camel's hump helps it to survive in the desert
where there is little water. Before a long desert trip,
a camel is given plenty of water and food. It's hump
fills with fat. In the desert, the camel can live off
of the fat in it's hump. It doesn't not need to drink
or eat.

Besides a hump filled with fat, a camel's body has
other things that help it live in the desert. A camel's
feet are wide and thick so they will not easily sink
into the sand of the desert. The heat, stones and thorns
will not hurt their feet either.

A camel's small ears, thick eyelashes and flat nostrils
all protect the camel from blowing sand.

Camels can go without food or water for weeks. If food is
scarce, camels will eat almost anything, even leather or
their owner's tents!

Camels are like goats (see our stuffed goat page for cool
stuff about goats), they have very tough mouths and can
eat just about anything, including spiny, thorny cactus
plants, they even eat the thorns.

Most people who own camels give them a better diet
than cactus and tents though, they give them wheat,
oats, dates and grass. In the zoo, camels are fed
hay and grain and supplements if needed.

Arabian camels are called the ship of the desert.
They are the camels who are used to pack things
across the desert. They are mostly found in the
deserts of Africa and Arabia. Arabian camels have
only one hump and are called dromedaries.

Another type of camel has two humps, the Bactrian camel
which lives in the colder areas of the plains of Asia.
They have much thicker fur also which helps them
survive in the cold climates. Bactrian camels are
used to carry things over thick snow in freezing

Camels are closely related to guanacos, vicunas,
llamas and alpacas. You can find out more about
them on our stuffed llama and stuffed alpaca pages.

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