Girls' World - - Creature Feature -

Camels live in some of the hottest deserts on Earth, which is why their bod­ies are made to sur­vive tem­per­a­tures over 120°F. Be­sides their thick hooves that keep their feet from burn­ing, camels rely on their fa­mous humps to beat the heat. These humps hold up to 80 pounds of fat that can be con­verted into wa­ter and en­ergy, as needed.

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