He has humps on his back. His quaint habit of unexpectedly spitting up his stomach contents can take onlookers by surprise. Flies find him very attractive, and a potent odor lingers in his wake.
No, I’m not referring to your old high school football coach. These charming features describe Ata Allah, or "the gift of God," as Bedouin tribes call the camel. This biological four-wheel drive is at home in the inhospitable desert regions of the Middle East, Asia and Australia. In fact, Australia has one of the world’s largest, wild camel populations....more.
(Photo credit and more down under dromedary info here)