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Bactrian Camel. Bactrian camels have shaggy fur and two humps to help them cope with the temperature extremes of the Gobi desert and surrounding grasslands.

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Miley the Baby Bactrian Camel Originally ignored by her mother, the Mesker Park Zoo's newest Bactrian camel calf was cared for by keepers for her first week. However, mother camel, Renee, finally came around and is now hopelessly devoted to her little girl, following little Miley everywhere around the exhibit.

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Baby Bactrian Camel #WOWanimals #WOWparksandzoos

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Baby Bactrian Camel (born on February 25, 2014) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Video attached of him standing for the first time.

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Is your momma a llama? (side note before I get 20 comments... Yes, I know this isn't a llama.)

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Mongolia: A Bactrian Camel, (Camelus bactrianus.) "In Winter." Khongor Sand Dunes, Gobi Desert.

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Camels...is that one hump (dromedary) or two (bactrian) ?

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Bactrian Camels. Asian, two hump camels domesticated for pack and transport. Can be as tall as 7' 5" and weigh as much as 2200#.

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Bactrian camels, known in Latin as Camelus ferus, are native to China and Mongolia. They are listed as critically endangered

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