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camel

the common name for a member of the mammalian family Camelidae that also includes dromedaries and llamas. They are even-toed UNGULATES and the RUMEN of the stomach has numerous pouches and diverticulae which are capable of storing large amounts of water.
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Of the 21 dromedary camel samples from Bati, 10 were positive for D/OK, 11 for D/NE, and 19 for D/Yamagata (Figure).
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in dromedary camels, Oman, 2013.
Under proper nutrition ADG in camel calves has been reported as 0.87 and 0.57 kg from birth to 30 days and from birth to 180 days, respectively by Wilson (1992) while El-Badawi (1996) reported ADG as 0.83-0.97 kg from birth to 180 days in Egyptian dromedary calves.
40 years life span of a dromedary camel, so Injaz at 10 years is still very young.
(2016) mentioned that the supraorbital foramina distance, infraorbital foramina distance, skull length, skull width, cranial length and nasal length for the dromedary camels were 6.35[+ or -]0.047 cm, 8.41[+ or -]0.076 cm, 48.75[+ or -]0.244 cm, 22.66[+ or -]0.108 cm, 32.73[+ or -]0.484 cm and 16.89[+ or -]0.283 cm, respectively.
sk reported."To be an inflight in Korea is the peak of quality and prestige, the highest possible recommendation," said Karol Styacuteblo from Lyra chocolate for dromedary.
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].Skin neoplasms have been reported as solitary cases in camels.
A clinical study was conducted on twenty three (23) dromedary camels of different age group (range: 6-13 years) and weights (350-600 kg).
Clinical, haematological, and biochemical changes induced by naturally occurring babesiosis in dromedary camels were described by [11] in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
The Camelus genus of family Camelidae have two species Camelusdromedarius, the Dromedary, single humped or the Arabian camel and the Camelusbactrianus, the Bactrian or the double humped camel.
I say 'Arabian' because by all accounts (to be discussed later) the earliest domestication of the Dromedary camel occurred on the Southern Arabian Peninsula, a point also made by the authors of the TAU report.