The dromedary from Schleich Wild Life has, like in nature, just one hump. It is also known as a one-humped camel.
Dromedaries live in the deserts of Africa and Asia. They eat mostly leaves, dry grass and thorny plants. The hump of the mammal isn't used to store water; it stores fat. If they can't find any food in the desert they can live off it for weeks. The dromedary from Schleich Wild Life has eaten well recently and has an upright, well-filled hump.
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- Motif: Dromedary
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If a sandstorm comes, the dromedary can close its nostrils so that no sand gets in.
- Scientific Name: Camelus Dromedarius
- Global Home: Africa, Asia, Australia
- Conservation Status: Not Evaluated
- Primary Habitat: Desert