Long legs allow Bactrian Camel to travel great distances easily.
The function of the camel's long legs is to support it especially in the sandy and rough terrain of the desert.
The diameter of a camel leg is smaller, in comparison to a camel body, than the human leg is in comparison to a human body, however, the camel has four legs as compared to the human's two legs. All else being equal, four legs supports twice as much weight as two legs. Also, the bone structure is quite solid in camel legs; they have less surrounding muscle tissue than a human leg does. So, looks can be deceiving.
They both have four legs.
No. There are no six-legged camels.
Officially I do not Know but when you look at a camel there legs are very very long. If you would like to find out more look on google xx
Camels have five 'legs'. They have the standard four that you would expect. They have another lever underneath their chest that helps them to get up from the ground, which is also referred to as a leg.