Are there camels in Lebanon?
only in zoos, as Lebanon is the only country in the mideast without a desert.
Because camels are camels
Collective nouns for camels are a herd of camels, a caravan of camels, a train of camels, or a flock of camels.
The collective nouns for camels are: a caravan of camels a flock of camels a herd of camels a train of camels
a camels foot it called a camels foot not a hooves prehistoric camels may have had hooves but present day camels do not so a camels foot is called a camels foot
Dromedary camels are not endangered. Dromedary camels are the camels that have one hump. Bactrian camels are endangered. These camels have two humps.
if you see that it have camels it have camels and if you don't see one it don't have camels...........................maybe..............
The collective nouns for camels is a herd of camels or a caravan of camels.
Camels are camels because that is what they were born to be. They are found primarily in desert area in the middle east.
No, there are many camels and many looks for camels
A group of traveling camels is a caravan of camels.
Camels are NOT threatened. They are not even close. So, the answer is NO. Camels ARE NOT threatened.
No, there are no camels in Mumbai. Camels are found in desert regions such as Rajasthan.
How do camels court you mean?Look up camels in wikipedia.
Camels are born from there butt.Some camels do it the other way.
8 bactrian camels and 11 dromedaries
Mount Lebanon was a province in Lebanon during the ottoman period, the French expanded it to become Lebanon. Currently, Mount Lebanon is one of 6 governorates of Lebanon, and is situated in the middle.
Yes, there are wild camels that live in Australia. They are referred to as Australian feral camels and are a combination of Bactrian and dromedary camels.
No. Camels are mammals.
No. Camels are herbivores.
Baby camels look much like adult camels.
Lebanon has two major mountain ranges, (1) the Mount Lebanon Range and (2) the Anti-Lebanon Mountains. Mount Lebanon is the tallest mountain in Lebanon.
The only camels that live in Europe are in a zoo. Camels are native to a dry desert area. Camels can be found in the Middle East countries.
Camels don't have large ears, you're thinking of llamas, not camels. Camels have small furry ears so that the dust from the desert doesn't get in.
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The address of the Lebanon Community is: 404 Main, Lebanon, 66952 0067
People use camels as transportation and in return they help camels get water and feed them
Camels are used for transportation and for sport. Camels are used as pack animals, Riding, And they are eaten.
One hump camels, or 'Dromedary' camels come from the Middle-East.
Bactrian camels have two humps. Arabian have only one.
a camels pray is a priest
inputs for camels
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Yes, camels have tails.
camels is the plural.
No, camels are not nocturnal.
Yes. Camels can bite and do.
A herd of camels
Yes, camels are eukaryotic.
A row of camels... :)
Camels have hooves.
no. camels are vegetarians.
Camels are vertebrates
Camels breathe with lungs.
Lebanon is actually one of the smaller Middle Eastern states. Within Lebanon, the largest governate (muhafaza) is Mount Lebanon (Jebel Lubnan) at 4,934 sq. km. or 1,905 sq mi and which has the majority of Lebanon's population (excluding Syrian Refugees who are mostly in Bekaa governate).
No, Lebanon is not in Africa. Lebanon is in Asia.
No, camels are called camels. Plant eaters are known as herbivores. To answer your question: Yes, camels are considered herbivores, which means that they only eat plants.
Camels have humps to store fat in this makes it so that camels are healthy and are always well fed