No. Camels do not store water in their hump. The hump is used to store fat.
Water is stored in the stomach of the camel, not in the humps. The humps store fat.
No they store fat. The water is found in their stomach and bloodstream.
In it's hump and in the stomach
on it's back
They store water in there humps
Scientificly the store water in their hump
because camels store the water in their humps
to store water
to store water when traveling in the desert
no because hippos live in water so they dont need to store it
Camel humps are made of fat and the fat is use as a method of storing energy and water as they travel in the desert.
Camel humps are fat reservoir, not water reservoir, so the question is misleading and moot.
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The humps on a camel aren't really to store water that is what the cmels big stomach is for. It's humps store all the fat, it is classified asa megafauna. Edit: It's to store fat, which produces water when burned.
because they store water like a camel does
No,they never store water in its hump it stores fat
Camels store fat on there humps which makes more food and water.
the two humps on it back store water
No. The humps store water.
Camels do not store water in their hump. Instead, they store fat. However, they can break down the fat to release water, which their bodies can use.
A Camel obviously they can go up to about 15mph and they can store a lot of water
the result in trade because of there ablity to store water
They store water in their hump to keep them hydrated.
the hump helps it store fat and water