With nice stamps showing Shaikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa,
the King of Bahrain and butterflies of Bahrain
Interesting facts about camels:
-A camel stands from 1.8 to just over 2 meters tall at the shoulders, and weighs from 250 to 680
kilograms. Its rope like tail is over 50 centimeters long.
-Camels can go for up to two months without water.
-Camel milk is lower in fat and sugar than cow’s milk.
-Camels can drink up to 40 gallons of water at a time.
-Camel’s don’t start sweating until 41 degrees Celsius.
-Camels have a double row of long, curly eyelashes to keep out sand and dust.
-A camel’s hump does not store water, it stores fat.
-Camels can kick in all four directions with all four of their legs.
-Camel pee can be as thick as syrup because they retain water.