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.