The Single Hump Camel
The Single Hump Camel
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The Single Hump Camel

A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive 
fatty deposits known as "humps" on its back. The two surviving species of camel are 
the dromedary, or one-humped camel, which inhabits the Middle East and the Horn of 
Africa; and the bactrian, or two-humped camel, which inhabits Central Asia. Both 
species have been domesticated. They provide milk, meat, hair for textiles or goods 
such as felted pouches, and are working animals with tasks ranging from human 
transport to bearing loads.
Camel milk is a staple food of desert nomad tribes and is sometimes considered a 
meal in and of itself; a nomad can live on only camel milk for almost a month. 
Camel milk is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and immunoglobulins. Compared 
to cow's milk, it is lower in fat and lactose and higher in potassium, iron, and 
vitamin C. Bedouins believe the curative powers of camel milk are enhanced if the 
camel's diet consists of certain desert plants. Camel milk can readily be made into 
a drinkable yogurt, as well as butter or cheese, though the yields for cheese tend 
to be low.
By at least 1200 BC, the first camel saddles had appeared, and Bactrian camels 
could be ridden. The first saddle was positioned to the back of the camel, and 
control of the Bactrian camel was exercised by means of a stick. However, between 
500–100 BC, Bactrian camels attained military use. New saddles, which were 
inflexible and bent, were put over the humps and divided the rider's weight over 
the animal. In the seventh century BC, the military Arabian saddle appeared, which 
improved the saddle design again slightly.
Camel cavalries have been used in wars throughout Africa, the Middle East, and into 
modern-day Border Security Force of India though as of July 2012, the BSF has 
planned the replacement of camels with ATVs. The first use of camel cavalries was 
in the Battle of Qarqar in 853 BC. Armies have also used camels as freight animals 
instead of horses and mules.

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Printable PDF Pattern  (For Scroll Saw Use)

1 X  Clear and Concise Color Assembly Manual.

1 X  Number Guide DXF (Also called Coded DXF - NOT in all Products - Only in Certain Products)

1 x Readme File and Copyright Information

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As a rule, although the slots are set to fit the same sized tool, most
people will use a smaller bit size when cutting.

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