They have 3 eyelids; snapple fact :)
One for each eye.
How many eye lids does a salt water crocodile have on each eye?
they have 3 eyelids so that they dont get sand in their eyes in the desert!
- The camels' eyes are specially protected by three eyelids on each eye, this helps protect from howling winds which can gust sand into their eyes, the extra eyelids help protect against the blazing sun, and stops them from going blind.
Six, three on each eye.
A Camel has two sets of eyelids. The often used during sandstorms Camels have 3 layers of eyelids to protect them from sandstorms and the sun.
A horse has 3 eyelids on each eye an Upper, Lower and Inner eyelid
They only have two one on each eye
camel has 3 eyelids for protection from sand storms and dust.
Yes. They have two eyelids in order to protect each eye.
Eyelids protect the eye surface from injury, light, and the environment. They spread tears over the eye with each blink to keep eyes moisturized.
6 - two upper, two lower and two third eye lids. The third eyelid is under the lower lid and serves like a windshield wiper to clear the cornea when the camel blinks. Camels actually have three eyelids! Two of them have lashes, and the third is thin. Camels have three eyelids per eye so they have six eyelids total. The extra eyelids help protect it from sandstorms. The third eyelid is translucent (they can see through it) so their eyes will be covered during sandstorms.
a camel has three sets of eylashes
Eyelids are accessories of the eye. They are not organs.
camel have one eye lash
your eyelids and eyelashes