- Camels have padded feet like dogs, not hooves like cattle. Their feet spread out their weight so they don't sink into the sand or the snow.
- Their knees and chest are really thick. They aren't injured—those callouses protect them from getting burned by the hot sand when they lie down.
- They have two sets of eyelashes and a nictitating membrane to keep sand out of their eyes.
- They can also shut their nostrils and breathe through a tiny gap in their lips if necessary to protect from sand.
- Camels don't spit when they get upset—they actually regurgitate the contents of their stomach!
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