what are the adaptive features of camel
1.long and tappering legs that helps to escape from the heat of the sand.
2.its radded feet helps to run very fast on the sand.
3.it has a thin membrane on its eyes which do not let the dust particles to enter its eyes.
4.it has a hump on its back in which the food is stored in the form of fats so that it can stay without water and food for many days.
5.their dung is dry they dont sweat
Thhe adaptations of a camel:
- Camels have long legs which help in keeping their legs away from the heat of the sand.
- The excrete little amount of urine. Their dung is dry. Camels don't sweat.
As Camels lose very little amount of water from their bodies, They can stay without water for a lot of time.
Is That okay?????
The adaptations of a camel are -
- Long Legs- It keeps body up from hot ground.
- Long Neck- Help to reach on ground for wandering food.
- Spongy Foot- For easy walking on sand.
- Heavy Hump- For storage of Fat and water.
- Sweating Is Maximum.
- Colour Brown- Absorves less amount of Heat.
camels have thick skin which help them to take a little bit of water.they have dungs which were dry and do not sweat .it have long necks help to reach on ground for wandering of food. it have a heavy hump for storing food,fat and water. their were some membrane on its eyes ,which help to not take the dirt particles inside its eyes. its long and tappering legs help to escape from the hitted sand of dessert.
1) Thick hair under the heel which protect them from the hot sand.
2) The ability to close their nostrils whenthere is sand swirling into their nose.
3) they can live without eating or drinking for a long time as their hump stores food and water, used when no substances are available.
4) They have special feet which help walk on sand easily without their feet sinking in the sand.