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When we do have access to water or food, we can eat large amounts of it and store the extra fat in our humps.
Camels also have thick lips, razor sharp teeth, and tough gums. This helps us eat plants that other animals would normally avoid.
Our coats have also adapted so that we can blend into our environment. Other animals, like a flamingo, would have a harder time "fitting in."
If we feel threatened, we can kick our predators, using our strong legs, or spit on them.
Camels are very social animals. In, the wild camels will travel with up to 30 others.
If you couldn't tell, we have adapted to our environment and it is much easier for us to live in the desert compared to other habitats.
We can thank adaptations for making our lives easier!
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