- Camels can survive temperatures as high as 44°C without sweating.
Cold-blooded creatures do not have sweat glands and depend on their surroundings to control their body temperature.
Camels can easily walk on the sand in hot desert heat due to the design of their big, flat feet, which are cushioned by protective pads.
They also have multiple eyelids that protect them from sandstorms.
Camels have humps on their backs that enable them to tolerate and bear the sun.
Why is the camel called the ship of the desert?