dromedary


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dromedary

see camelusdromedarius.
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Milk production, raw milk quality and fertility of dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius) under intensive management.
A general report of neoplasia in camels [9-12], cutaneous melanocytoma [8] and a basal cell carcinoma in a dromedary camel [2] have been previously published [11].
Antibodies against MERS coronavirus in dromedary camels, United Arab Emirates, 2003 and 2013.
Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedaries) survives in the extremely harsh desert conditions comprising a long, hot (temperature sometimes exceeding 50[degrees]C), dry (near zero relative humidity) and dusty (sand storms) summer seasons (Chen et al.
The evidence in the case of the Dromedary is that the original feral population in the Middle East-Africa region was meager indeed, whereas today there are an estimated fourteen million of these camels in the same region.
CAMEL FACTS LIFE EXPECTANCY: Between 40 and 50 years HEIGHT: Between 6ft and 7ft SPEED: Up to 40mph in short bursts WEIGHT: Bactrian up to 160st (1,000 kg), dromedaries up to 95st (600kg) HUMPS: Dromedary camels have one hump, Bactrian camels have two humps COLLECTIVE NOUN: Train
Pakistan: The dromedary camel is found mainly in Sindh, Baluchistan and Punjab provinces.
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But now the internet giant has strapped one to a ten-year-old dromedary called Raffia to capture the sands of Abu Dhabi.
Genetic analysis of samples taken from the victim and from the camel in question -- a one-humped or dromedary camel in a herd of nine owned by the patient -- suggested the virus had passed directly from the animal to the man, they concluded.
Three-quarters of dromedary camels in Saudi Arabia have been infected with the virus that causes Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, according to the most thorough survey of the animals there.