Hey guys! My name is Fernando, and I am here to tell you about how I adapt to my environment in the Desert.
As you can see, the sun is blazing hot and always shining on me, and the animals all around. In order to survive and adapt to this, I have thick eyebrows to shield my eyes from the sun.
My friend Emilio over here can go a week or more without water as water is extremely scarce in the desert. In fact, Emilio and I can drink up to 32 gallons of water each drinking session!
Fernando can only drink 32 gallons of water each drinking session, but I can drink 33. Ha!
Why do calls have humps? The humps story fat, not water. This fat can be metabolized for energy, which makes this long journey Fernando is on easier. Animals such as the desert fox next to the camel usually stay in one place for a while as they do not have these adaptations similar to the camel.
In the desert, the sand is soft and most things sink into it easily. Like me, camels have large wide feet so we can walk on the sand more easily and not sink in.
Finally! I reached my destination, and I hear the humans here love animals. Notice how I blend in with the colors around me? The color of my fur helps me blend in with my environment, unlike that silly statue the humans made over there.