Scientific Name: Camelus Bactrainus
Range: Central Asia to Western China
Habitat: Desert regions
Diet: Typically they diet consists of grasses. They have 4 stomachs that help them to break down the coarse fibers
Life Span: 35 years
Description: Two humps on their back
Family Life: They life in herds and have 1-2 calves at a time. At around 4-5 years the calf is fully matured and separates from its mothers herd.
Status in the Wild: Critically Endangered
Nature Notes: Camels have a very docile nature and have adapted to harsher climates to get away from predators. The camels number one predator in the wild is humans.
The Zoo is now CLOSED for the season.
We will open for the season on Saturday, March 30, 2019, weather permitting.
Open Daily: closed to closed
Weekends: closed to closed
Seniors (Age 62+): $7.00
Children (Ages 1 to 12): $5.00