Camels are used as draft and saddle animals in desert regions of Africa, Arabia, and Asia. Adaptations to windblown deserts include double rows of eyelashes, the ability to close the nostrils, and wide-spreading soft feet. They also can tolerate dehydration and high body temperatures. They are thus able to go several days without drinking water.For all these reasons camels live in the desert.
They were actually brought overseas because there were getting too many of them in Another Country. (I forget which one. (Blush)
because they like it
No, camels do not only live in the desert. There are grassland camels that are accustomed to living on grassland.
no camels live in the desert or a zoo
they live in the desert.
camles can live in Egypt and/or in the Sahara desert
Yes they do.
I don't think the Kalahari desert has any camels in it. But the Sahara does.
No. Camels are indigenous to desert climates.