CAMELS by John F. Waters


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Let's Read and Find Out how the ""ship of the desert"" is superior to you. . . Unlike poor humans, camels have a variable body temperature, can sweat without changing the composition of their blood, store their body fat (not water) in their humps, and drink one hundred quarts of water at a time. Waters succinctly counts off these impressive advantages, and Ruffins' drawings contrasting serene camel caravans and relatively disadvantaged humans helps bring home this unusual (and for this series, challenging) comparison.

Pub Date: June 17th, 1974
Page count: 34pp
Publisher: T.Y. Crowell