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Camels and Friends: Nessie and Baby in Arizona

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Watch dromedary camels Nessie and Baby run from “dangerous” plastic bins in the wind. You can tell that they are Dromedary or Arabian camels because they have only one hump—the hump looks like a D—vs a Bactrian camel with two humps, resembling the letter B.

nessie the camel jumping about
And, despite cartoon lore, they do not store water in it, but they do drink a lot of water.

Nessie and Baby get brushed and cuddled and they race around. Enjoy these videos, too:


Baby and Nessie are just two of the animals on the Camels and Friends YouTube Channel.

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