How are camels adapted to live in desert? - Science

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How are camels adapted to live in desert?

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Solution

  1. The feet of the camels have thick, flat large soles which help them in the movement on sand.
  2. They can live without water for a long time. When water is available, it drinks large amount of water at a time.
  3. They release very little urine to prevent loss of water.
  4. Their dung is also dry which also helps to prevent loss of water.
  5. The long legs of camel helps to keep the body away from the heat of the sand.
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