A group of camels is called a herd
A group of traveling camels is a caravan of camels.
The collective nouns for camels is a herd of camels or a caravan of camels.
A flock, herd or train of camels.CaravanThey are called a herd.
A group of camels who are just hanging around doin' their thing is a Flock. A Caravan of camels, or a Train of camels is generally used to indicate a flock of camels one after the other, on their way to a distant location.
a camels foot it called a camels foot not a hooves prehistoric camels may have had hooves but present day camels do not so a camels foot is called a camels foot
A herd of camels
Camels have hooves.
A row of camels... :)
No, camels are called camels. Plant eaters are known as herbivores. To answer your question: Yes, camels are considered herbivores, which means that they only eat plants.
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Female camels are called cows whereas Male camels are called Bulls
A small group of camels was imported to the deserts of american southwest, and and a herd remains there today, semi-wild
baby camels stays in groups with a male adult to protect themand then when they get older they wouldn't have to stay in groups
your question is phrased wrong and camels are sollitary animals , not herd animals. the live A:ONE!!
the horse family with zebras and camels
A camel is a large, long-necked and ungulate mammal of desert countries. A group of camels used for transport is usually referred to as a caravan.
No, "camel" is a generic term, female camels are called cows, male camels are called bulls and their young are known as calves.
A camel train, or a caravan.
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