Once upon a time there was a baby camel and its mother was resting under a tree, now the baby camel was curious, like most children, and there were certain parts of the body that the baby camel did not like.
He said, “Mother, can I ask a few questions?” “Yes, darling,” replies the mother. I was wondering about the bumps on our backs, “Baby Camel Begins”.
Why do we camels only have these humps and no other animals? “The mother smiled and said, ‘It’s because we live in a desert and water is scarce. This hump stores water and we release it to the body when needed.
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Suddenly the baby camel asks another question.”So mother, why do we have long legs and round feet?
They don’t look so good-looking!” Again the mother camel gave a wonderful explanation: “These long legs and round legs have a reason, my son. It’s hard to walk here in the desert.
But with our feet, we have better control and our feet don’t sink in. Sand.” These feet allow us to walk through the desert better than anyone! ”The baby camel heard what his mother had said and understood everything, but his curiosity hadn’t died yet.“ Okay, ”he said and prepared to prepare to make others question.
“So mom, tell me something else. Why are our eyelashes so long? Sometimes they get in my way. “My son, these tabs are extremely important.
Thick lush eyelashes serve as a protective barrier for our eyes. They keep the sand out of sight when there is a strong wind. If the sand gets in your eyes it will be difficult for you to see where you are going and you can get injured, “explained the mother.
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I understand what you mean, mother,” said Curious Baby Camel. When the hump is holding water, the round legs and feet help us walk easily on the sand and the tabs keep the sand out.
What are we doing here in a zoo?