A camel’s hump doesn’t disappear completely if it doesn’t get enough food, but it gets floppy and bounces around from side to side.
As most of us know, a camel’s hump is in fact composed mostly of fat, and it is not used to store water.
The fat reserves in a camel’s hump is used when food is scarce and it turns out, it is often the case in the dry deserts camels live in.
So what do you know about the pack llama, the mule, or the water buffalo?
Even though they work alongside people, we really don’t know as much as we should about these animals.
For instance, what happens when you cross a pony and a zebra? How did the reindeer get its name?