What are Dromedary and Bactrian?
Both Dromedary and Bactrian are species of camel. Dromedaries have one hump and are found in Northern Africa and one area of Australia. Bactrians are two humped camels native to central Asia. Unlike Dromedaries, Bactrian camels are critically endangered. Both species of camel have been domesticated although domesticated Dromedaries are much more common except in Asia where Bactrian camels have been a domesticated pack animal for thousands of years.
A bactrian camel has two humps and a dromedary camel has one hump. Camels are even toed hoofed cud chewing types of mammals in the order Artiodactyla. There are two species: both are camels. single humped: Arabian camel-camelus dromedarius called dromedary. twin humped:Bactrian camel-C bactrianus from Asia. Bactrian camels are furry everywhere. Dromedary camels are only furry on their humps. Bactrian camels are furry everywhere. Dromedary camels are only furry on their humps.
The bactrian camel has two humps which store the water the camel drinks from the oasis with the dromedary camel but it only has one hump to store water another special feature is the pads on the bottom of it's feet which both camels have the same. So in other words the bactrian and dromedary camels both have two special features: two or one hump\s pads on the bottom of their feet