10 Lines on Camel

Camel is a useful domestic animal which is tamed by human beings for thousands of years. It is popularly known as the “Ship of the Desert”. It is mainly found in the desert areas of Africa, Middle East Asia etc. In India it is found in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is able to walk for long distances in desert areas where neither water nor vegetation exists. Camels are mostly used by nomadic people of Africa and Asia; camel has a long neck and legs. People use to sit on the back of camel for riding in desert areas.

Camel is an animal which eats grass, leaves, fruits, vegetables etc, it can eat dry fodder also like dry grass and dry leaves. It can easily travel up to 40 to 50 kms if it is not carrying any kind of load.

Ten Lines on Camel in English

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10 Lines on Camel

1) Camel is a useful domestic animal which is tamed by the human beings for thousands of years.

2) It is called as the “Ship of the Desert” because of its fast running ability in the deserts.

3) Camel is a big animal with a small head, long neck and four long legs.

4) Camel has a high hump on its back where it stores water and food.

5) Camel produces a “Grunting” sound which is not very easy to listen for a human ear.

6) Camel is a Herbivorous animal i.e. it eats plants, vegetables, fruits and especially dry grasses and leaves.

7) Camels eat up to 10 to 20 kgs of fresh food and 8 to 10 kgs of dry food in a day.

8) The average life of a camel in a desert is around 40- 50 years.

9) The male camel is called as a “Bull Camel” and a female camel is called as a “Cow Camel”.

10) There are three subspecies of camel known to this world out of which “Bactrian Camel” has two humps on its back.

10 Lines and Sentences on Camel

1) There are 30 million camels in the world and 40,000 camels are in India.

2) Somalia, an African country has the largest population of camels in the world.

3) Generally, they live in the desert, where the weather is hot and dry.

4) When too many camels move in a group, their group is called as a “Caravan”.

5) They move fast in the desert area rather than in cities, towns and other places.

6) They store food and water in their hump so that they can live without food and water for many days.

7) Camel is able to walk for long distances in desert areas where there is no vegetation.

8) Due to its fast speed in desert areas, camels are used as a ride by the people in deserts.

9) Camel is very beneficial for human beings as milk, meat, fur and skin are obtained from a camel.

10) Camels are also used in the army and police departments of many countries, mainly for patrolling purpose in deserts.

10 Lines on Camel

5 Lines on Camel

1) Camel is an herbivore animal.

2) They have two humps.

3) People also domesticate camels.

4) They can walk easily on sand.

5) They can live many days without water.

20 Lines on Camel

1) The camel is an even toed ungulate i.e. it bears its weight on two (even) toes – third and fourth.

2) A camel digests food for cellulose in a stomach chamber other than the intestine.

3) Camels are uniquely suited to the desert habitat, so much so that they are called ships of the desert.

4) Camel milk is the only source of nutrition for the inhabitants of extreme desert areas.

5) Apart from milk, camel is a source of meat, fur and the only mode of transportation in deserts.

6) Camel has a distinctive hump at its back, which constitutes of fatty deposits.

7) Rare Bactrian camels constituting only 6% of world’s camel population have two humps at back.

8) In desert, camel can attain a speed of 65km/hr for shorter period but can maintain speed of 40km/hr.

9) The hump of a camel is not used for storing water as is the general perception.

10) An average camel weighing 600 Kilograms could drink 200 liters of water in just 3 minutes.

11) In extreme heat, a camel loses water 20 to 40 times less than the other animals in same environment.

12) Camel can lose 25% of body weight without getting dehydrated while other animals would have died.

13) Camel’s have long legs to keep their body away from the heating ground which can reach up to 70° C.

14) Camels’ mouths are adapted to chewing thorny plants and also have transparent third eyelid.

15) The feet of a camel are unusually wide to prevent them from sinking into the sand.

16) Camel excretes faeces so dry that they don’t need drying and can directly be used as fuel for fire.

17) The Horn of Africa in the African subcontinent has the world’s largest population of camels.

18) Wild Bactrian camel with tow humps is found in some parts of China and Mongolia.

19) The nostrils of the camels can be closed shut to protect them from sand storms.

20) An average camel can carry up to 100 Kg of weight for approximately 60 Kms in a day.

Camel is an important animal of earth which mainly belongs to Arabia. It is a most useful animal in the desert because it runs fast on sand where vehicles can’t run. That’s why it is called as “Ship of the Desert”. They eat lot of food and drink lots of water at a time and store it in their hump which is on their back. The stored food and water in the hump helps the camel to walk and work tirelessly and they can live without food and water for many days.