A cow has three forestomachs and one true stomach. A camel has two forestomachs and one true stomach. It can also be said that a cow has four "stomachs" or four chambers to one stomach, and a camel has three stomachs or three chambers to one stomach.
It is usually found in desert places where there is little availability of drinking water. The storage of water in the chambers of the stomachs of the camel help them withstand the extreme heat in the desert.
A pig has 63,283,677,008,126,448,957,690,033,275,756,412,384,858,205,285,207,103,206,589,103,454,565,747,297,000,191,667,113,999,088,436,634,888,006,123,456,436,104,485,492,395,107,202,520,602,206 stomachs.