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By : Ethan A. Camels. Camel Facts. A camel will often live from 40-50 years. Camel Facts. A full grown camel is 1.85 meters tall at the shoulder and 2.15 meters tall at the hump. Camel Facts. A camel can run up to 40 mph in short bursts, but can sustain 25 mph. . Camel Facts.

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Camel facts
Camel Facts

  • A camel will often live from 40-50 years.


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Camel Facts

  • A full grown camel is 1.85 meters tall at the shoulder and 2.15 meters tall at the hump.


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Camel Facts

  • A camel can run up to 40 mph in short bursts, but can sustain 25 mph.


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Camel Facts

  • They are often used for racing.


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Camel Facts

  • The camel was still preferred when the wheel was invented. Later the motor engine (of course) was preferred.


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Camel Facts

  • Fossil evidence indicates that camel ancestors were in North America, then later moved to Asia, during the Paleogene.


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Camel Facts

  • Only over 106 degreed Fahrenheit will they begin to sweat.


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Camel Facts

  • Camels can drink 26 to 40 gallons of water at one time.


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Camel Facts

  • Camels can swim.


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Camel Facts

  • Their feces are so dry, they can be used to fuel fires.



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