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Did I brush my teeth well? Bactrian camel Bactrian camel,Camelus bactrianus,Geotagged,The Netherlands,Zooparc Overloon Click/tap to enlarge

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  1. Do I need a hair shower, ore a hair cut?
    I don't think so, the camel looks really happy with it.
    Posted 9 years ago
    1. The camel was in moulting right now... so no hairdresser needed ;) May be you need some wool for a sweater? Posted 9 years ago, modified 9 years ago
  2. No thanks, this week I don't think I need a sweater. Posted 9 years ago

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The Bactrian camel is a large, even-toed ungulate native to the steppes of central Asia. It is presently restricted in the wild to remote regions of the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts of Mongolia and Xinjiang. A small number of wild Bactrian camels still roam the Mangystau Province of southwest Kazakhstan and Nubra Valley in India. It is one of the two surviving species of camel. The Bactrian camel has two humps on its back, in contrast to the single-humped dromedary camel.

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Similar species: Even-toed Ungulates
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Uploaded May 22, 2012. Captured May 18, 2012 11:46 in Stevensbeekseweg 23A, 5825 Overloon, The Netherlands.
  • Canon EOS 550D
  • f/13.0
  • 1/395s
  • ISO1600
  • 250mm