Accoding to camelfarm.com it is up to 200 Liters, which forulates to 52 Gallons. Contrary to belief the water is in the blood stream and not the hump. The hump is fat for food in scarce times and slumps when used but reaffirms itself when normal food supplies happen. This could explain what happened to my muscular he man chest when I got into the 60s. It is now just above my belt.
Camel can drink about between 30-50 gallons of water at a time
A camel can drink 30 Gallons (113.56L) in ten minutes.
No, people do not drink the water from the stomach of a camel.
A camel can drink up to about six gallons of water if it is thirsty. Some of the water, however, is stored in a sack in it's mouth. So if the camel gets thirsty, it will take a small portion of the water in its sack. SO not very often does a camel have to drink water. Dr. Nausm
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In a day, a camel drinks over 2 liters of water.
Since your question is not quite clear, I will assume camel. A camel can drink large amounts of water at one time and then not have to drink for days.
Camels can store large amounts of water in their hydrophilic hemoglobin cells. With this ability they can drink 30 gallons of water in 10 minutes.
No. Hump contains fat, not water.
yes they just do not need water for a long time.
No, the hump is composed of fat and not water.
All animals have to drink to survive, but animals like the camel can survive for weeks without water.
Camels drink water just like humans do, through there mouth. Also they do not store water in their humps, it is fat.
30 gallons in 10 minutes
No, camels do not have water in their hump. It contains fat, not water.
Accepted belief is anywhere between 30-50 gallons at one time.
Yes, because if they couldn't they wouldn't be able to have a drink.
because you drink captas and a camel can show you where water and food is.
About 5-10 gallons a day.