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Bactrian Camels

Bactrian camels are resting, in the desert of the Nubra Valley. At a maximum speed of 4 km per hour you can walk up to about 24 consecutive hours, up to about 50 km per day. As a water reserve can also drink 150 liters of water. It can withstand temperature ranges from -20 ° C to over 50 ° C.

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