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Camels are large creatures with long legs, a large nose, and a humped back. Camel breeds are divided into two types: dromedary camels with one hump and Bactrian camels with two humps. Camels’ humps are made up of fat that they may digest when food and water are scarce.
Camels, in addition to their humps, have various adaptations to their environment. They have a third, transparent eyelid that keeps sand out of their eyes. Their eyes are likewise shielded by two rows of lengthy lashes. Sand up the nose is an issue for humans, but not for camels. During sand storms, they can close their nostrils.