No, horses do not have humps. Camels have humps, as do grizzly bears, and moose, but not horses.
the answer is in your question (humps)
Llamas do not have any humps.
A Bactrian camel has two humps.The Bactrian Camel has 2 humps.
No. they have humps to store water.
My Humps was created on 2005-07-14.
A camel's humps contains fats. When there is a lack of food, the camel breaks down the fats in its humps. If all the fats are broken down, the camel might lose its humps.
Only Bactrian Camels have two humps, and dromedaries have one but I know that they store fat (not water) in their humps
Yes, camels can have two  humps. The maximum amount of humps for a camel is two  as well.
Camels store fat in their humps. Bactrian camel has two humps. Dromedary camel has one hump.
Humps are there part of body which is naturally created...
No. Their humps are to store fat, not water
they can surive by the humps on their backs becasue the humps and water
They don't grow humps, they are just born with them
No. The humps store water.
Bacterian camels have two humps.
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Nope. Humps are fat, not water,
Bactrian camels have 2 humps
AH. Those are not humps. Those are muscles.
Because the humps are stored with fat
Humps on camels are for storage of nutrients.
All camels have humps, the Bactrian camel has two. The camel's relatives in the Americas, the alpaca, llama, vicuna, and guanaco do not have humps however.