Two sets of thick, curly eyelashes and bushy eyebrows keep the swirling sand out of the camel’s eyes.
Nostrils, which the camel can open and close, keep out the blowing desert sand.
Camels drink up to 30 gallons (114 l) of water at one time. This helps them make it across the hot desert.
Camels belong to one of two groups—one hump (Dromedary) and two hump (Bactrian). A camel’s hump is where it stores up to 100 pounds (45 kg) of fat. God’s amazing design allows these cool creatures to travel up to 40 miles (64 km) a day!
Camels have padded feet to walk on the hot sand without sinking too deeply or suffering from blisters.