DROMEDARY (camelus dromedarius)

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DROMEDARIO
(camelus dromedarius)

ESTADO DE LA ESPECIE

 

UICN: not included
                                        

CITES: not included
                                        


                                        

CATÁLOGO VALENCIANO DE ESPECIES AMENAZADAS DE FAUNA: not included
                              
   

         It is considered an endangered species.

        KINGDOM: Animalia.             FILO: Chordata.
         CLASS: Mammalia.                         
         ORDER: Artiodactyla.
         FAMILY: Camelidae.    
         GENUS: Camelus.
         DISTRIBUTION:Arabia,Asia,Africa
        
       
         HABITAT: WARM AND DRY
         LENTH: 2’5 – 3 m.
         HIGHT: 2 – 2’5 m.
        WEIGHT: 500 – 700 kg.
        
         PREGNANCY: 13 – 14 MONTHS.
         OFFSPRING: 1 .
         LIFE: 50 YEARS


      The Dromadary has one hump intead of two like camels have this allows them to survive in the dessert it raises its body heat to not transpirate and that way not loose water

     It feeds of plants,bone and dead animals.
   

      They form small groups with a few females and offsprings and only one male to defend,they are able to bite,spit and pushing his oponent.