The Gel-like Urine of Camels

I’m sure you have seen many camels with their hind legs painted with a blackish jell-like solution. Do you know why? Because the camels retract more water from the urine, the urine thickens and turns into a gel-like solution. This mechanism is part of the water conservation strategy of the camel. When they urinate, the thicky urine adheres to the skin and shows blackish paint. Camel manages such mechanisms because of their unique kidney physiology. Snakes and reptiles adopt the same mechanism. http://camel4all.blogspot.com/2011/, therefore, I always claim that the camel has unique characteristics from different unique animals. https://arkbiodiv.com/natures-engineered-a-unique-biological-model/

You will find the hind legs of camels painted with a blackish jelly-like solution.

The Camel’s Water Economy

The camel is dreaming for a happy and calm world

Camels do not produce sweat in relatively normal environments but produce very little in hard work under very extreme high temperatures, that is why the camel has a unique water economy. Also, camels extract the moisture from the manure and extremely almost dry manure balls.

Best suited to their ecosystems, camels browse from where the other animals cannot approach

Question and Question about camels

Do you have enough knowledge about the amazing camels? Therefore, in Quraan, it is said ‘DO THEY NOT LOOK AT THE CAMELS, HOW STRANGE THEY ARE CREATED?’

How strange they are created?

Camel is unique with a wide range of traits

The camel has one trait/character from all living creatures including plants. The camel urinates (thickness/viscosity) like snakes to conserve water. Camel is a great conservationist. http://camel4all.info/index.php/2015/03/01/challenges-of-climate-change-camels-adaptation-strategy-is-overwhelmingly-useful/

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