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No. Camels are herbivores- they eat plants. They also live on land, a long way from where crabs live in the ocean.
The average life expectancy of a camel is 40 to 50 years.Camels can live to be up to 50 years old.
Camels live in the savannah after they get old enough to fend for themselves. They can survive in the dry land for long periods of time.
Camels do live in india.
Camels live up to 10 to 12 years.
Camels live a very long time in their natural state; between forty and fifty years in most cases. However, camels that are taken care of have been known to live longer.
Yes. Camels live in deserts because of their unique ability to go for a long time without water. --No shxt Sherlock
no camels live in the desert or a zoo
Their life span is approximately 40 years.
camels can live 60 years
No, camels do not only live in the desert. There are grassland camels that are accustomed to living on grassland.
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.
Yes, camels do live in the mid east. As long as there is a desert, there is a camel. Although, they do live in the mid east, they are rarely seen there. New York City is 1/8 part of the mid east, but NYC is rather cold so camels do not live here.
Camels can live without water for up to two weeks.
Yes camels can live in north America
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.
Yes,lions do live where camels live.Well lions live in the jungle and where desert.
camels can live a long time without water.
Camels come from Cananda.
Actually, I don't think camels live in India.Most camels live in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia.
Yes, they live Northern and Southern Asia, and Arabian camels live in Arabia.
They don't, actually. Reason being is because of the environment they live in.