A female Bacterian Camel standing on a hilltop at The Wilds Ohio Safari.
- Name: Bacterian Camel (Camelus bactrianus)
- Diet: Herbivore, Virtually any kind of vegetation that is bitter, dry, salty, or prickly
- Conservation Status: Domesticated
- Weight: 300 to 1,000 kg (660 to 2,200 lb.) Males are usually larger and heavier than the females
- Height: 213 cm (6.99 ft)
- Length: 225–350 cm (7.38–11.48 ft)
- Range: The Gobi Desert, and The Steppes of Central Russia
- Lifespan: 50 years in the wild and about 20, 40, or 50 years in captivity
- Camelids and Equs are the only Herbivorous mammals with canines
- It's a myth that camels store water in their humps, but they do however store fat in their humps which lasts for long time
- Camelids don't actually spit on you they actually vomit on you. It's just it mostly contains saliva. However, when they really get mad they will vomit vegetation.
- One of the Camel's most strangest defense mechanisms is to sit on you and then it tries to suffocate you to death.
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