they have eye lashes and that protects the eye
Camels have long eye lashes so that the sand in the deserts does not get into there eyes.
to keep out sand
so it can not get snd in there eyes from courtney
Camels eyelashes are for them to help them see:) Camels' long eyelashes serve as a screen to keep out dust and sand in high winds. They can close their eyes part way and the two rows of lashes overlap.
To protect their Eyes from sun glare and sand being blown around.
llamas like to spit on you. also camels have many layers of eye lashes that llamas don't havehave a nice day
The long lashes and eyebrows are thought to help prevent blowing sand hurting their eyes.
Three on each eye
no they dont elephants do not have eye lashes
Camels have one eye.
camels live in desserts most of the time so they have to blink to keep their eyes watery so they can see where their going. they need longer eye lashes to make sure there eye is clean properly to they cant get an eye infection.
They do not have eye lids, so they cannot have eye lashes. Lashes are also a form of fur so the only kind of animals with lashes are mammals.
3 on each eye!
6 three on each eye
Camels actually have three eyelids! Two of them have lashes, and the third is thin.
Yes males might have more noticable eye lashes
they have humps that store water and they have thick eye lashes that protects their eyes from the sand and their thick hoofs enables them to walk.
the camels can stay without water for days or months and the camels have double lashes to protect its self from the dust
yes chimps have little lashes
It's meant to be for that pink bit at the bottom of your eye just above the bottom eye lashes.