Camels have had a significant influence in the lives of numerous individuals for in any event 4,000 years, and this is primarily on the grounds that camels have a brilliant capacity to live in spots where other huge creatures would never endure. The body of a camel looks peculiar to us with a since a long time ago bended neck, thin legs, little ears, gigantic feet, long nose which puts an “inflated “demeanor all over and obviously a knock on its back. It appears as though the camel is made out of extra parts from five or six different creatures. Be that as it may, a camel’s bizarre looking body is ideal for living in a hot and sandy desert. Pretty much all aspects of its body encourages it to get by in spots where not many different creatures can live. Nature has skilled the camel with strategies to make due in the hard and unforgiving condition of desert.
Desert twist regularly blows sand into the air. To secure their eyes camels have long eyelashes that catch the greater part of the sand. On the off chance that some sand gets into the eye, a camel has a unique third eyelid to get it out. Like a windshield wiper on a ラクビ, this additional eyelid moves from side to side and moves the sand away. The eyelid is exceptionally meager, so a camel can see through it. In dust storms, camels regularly close their additional eyelids and continue strolling. You may state that a camel can discover its way through a dust storm “with its eyes shut”.
The immense feet of camels help them to stroll on sand without sinking into it. A camel’s foot can be as large as an enormous plate. Do a camel’s long legs make it hard for the creature to plunk down? No. The camel just creases its front legs under its body and tumbles to its knees. At that point it overlays its back legs and gives the back of the body a chance to tumble to the ground. This works so well that camels can plunk down and get up again with substantial loads on their backs.
A camel’s head has worked in sun visors to help keep the brilliant daylight out of its eyes. There are expansive edges of bone over each eye. These stick out far enough to shield the eyes when the sun is overhead. The ears of camels are little to make it harder for sand to get into them. Long legs and long necks are extraordinary points of interest for camels in the desert. The camels can raise their heads in excess of 12 feet noticeable all around. Also, they frequently can see for miles in a level desert. This makes it simpler for them to discover sustenance and water.