camels By Sydney Louis-Ferdinand
farming • in sadan camels are used fro farming in arid areas in sudan. Although sudan has a large population of pastoralnomads, its fertileclay soils in the central plains have caused it to be regarded as an area of economic potential for the Arab world. With capital from international donors, in the late 1960s a programme was instituted for the large-scale, mechanized cultivation of durra (sorghum). Under this scheme, the Mechanized Farming Corporation leased large plots of land, mostly to urban entrepreneurs and landlords, and provided loans for the purchase of machinery.
Arabian Desert • Cammels are used for transportation and they can carry your stuff and store water in their hump. The tempeture that the camels have to travel in are climates that are Type : hyper aridDetailed description : Most of the Rub'al-Khali is classified as hyper-arid. Rainfall is about 35 mm, (1.38") per annum and relative dry (50% in winter, 15% in summer).Temperatures range 40–50 °C (104–122 °F) in summer, with an average temperature of 5–15 °C (41–59 °F) in winter, though it can go below 0°C. Daily extremes are very important. • Saudi Arabia shows lower summer temperatures (around 30°C or 86°F) with cold winter temperature (around 5°C or 41°F, with frequent frost), with average rainfall of less than 80 mm, (3.15").
Fun Facts • Camels hump can grow to 7 feet • Camels can carry 200 pounds on their backs in the heat. • Camels feet are 2 toed so that when they are in the desert they don’t fall in the sand. • Camels are used in races and the winner gets a lot of money. • Camels are used for farming. They attach a plow on the camel.