Jun 10, 2010 · Because calling a group of s a ‘group’ isn’t descriptive enough, the English language is curiously filled with a trove of strange collective
Baby Dromedary Camel This is Gabriel, he is a two week old dromedary baby. Often camels are born white and will turn brown as they are growing up.
The dromedary (/ ˈ d r ɒ m ə d ɛ r i / or /-ə d r i /), also called the Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius), is a large, even-toed ungulate with one hump on its
Camelidae – camels, llamas, alpacas, vicugnas. The six species in this family are found in two groups. Camels are found in Asia and Africa. Llamas, alpacas, and
This is the story of the three wise men and their camels: Erin, Nina, and Penda. The camels asked God to send them on a great adventure and man did He ever!
The camels’ thick coats insulate them from the intense heat radiated from desert sand; a shorn camel must sweat 50% more to avoid overheating. During the summer the
Camels are large mammals that live in dry areas. There are two types of camels: the one-humped camel (the Arabian Camel or Dromedary) and the two-humped camel (the
Another group that you may consider is a nag of wives and a jerk of husbands.
One strange thing about the English language is that the name of a group of s is often different from one species to the next. Some of these group names
Group of Penguins. A group of penguins is called a colony, a rookery or a Waddle, but these terms are for a group of penguins on land. A group of penguins floating in