Domestication of Old World Camels The Arabian camel has domesticated 3 to 5 thousands year before and the main driver … Continue reading Quick Facts about Camels’ Domestication History
The Hump is actually a gift of nature to the camels to adapt and survive in the hardiest and challenging ecosystems. The humps provide energy and water when there is no vegetation for food. As the Bactrian camels live in the ecosystem which has prolonged dry and prolonged cold weathers, they need double treasure of fats to cope such challenging weathers. Continue reading Why Bactrian Camel has two Humps and Arabian has one?
Trees are very important, that we all know. They are important because of many reasons, i.e. shade, fruits, feed for … Continue reading The Ancient Trees Heritage of Borai ~ Arya Warsha
The camel is making it space as a sustainable food security animal under changing climate change scenario. One of the … Continue reading The World Celebrated the Camel’s Day
The camels, umbrella tree (Acacia tortillas) go hand in hand in the desert. Umbrella tree is one of the most … Continue reading Camel, Desert and the Umbrella Tree