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Bactrian Camel

BACTRIAN CAMEL BioExpedition.com Scientific name: Camelus bactrianus. Camelus ferus * Camelus ferus is used for wild bactrian Diet: camels while camelus bactrianus is used for the domesticated ones. Leaves Seeds, StemS, Tree bark. Height:(2.13 m) 7ft (humps to legs) Age of sexual maturity: 3-5 years. Weight: (300-1,000 kg) 660-2,200lb Distribution: Mongolia China Siberia Lifespan: 50 years in the wild. Hábitat: Mountains Stony plains, Desert dunes. Population: Less1000 individuals than Predators: Grey Wolf. in the wild but nearly two million domesticated STATUS * Conservation Status for Wild bactrian camels (Camlus ferus) Threats: Habitat loss, Poaching. CONSERVATIONS CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (CR) CONSERVATION STATUS Camel species with two humps on its back It has been used in Asia as a beast of burden and transportation BioExpedition.com Copyright © 2014

Bactrian Camel

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Bactrian camel - Camelus bactrianus. The Bactrian camel has two humps on its back unlike the dromedary, which has only one hump.

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BioExpedition

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Leopard

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Elephant

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Tiger

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Fox

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Animals
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