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Camel Gallery

The camel is an animal that has been used for centuries by humans in many parts of the world

Choose from 4,983 items in our Camel Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Camel Gallery: 1995 Land Rover Defender, Camel Trophy. Creator: Unknown
1995 Land Rover Defender, Camel Trophy. Creator: Unknown
Camel Gallery: Map / Afghanistan C1860S
Map / Afghanistan C1860S
Camel Gallery: CAMELS CIGARETTE AD, c1950. What Cigarette Do You Smoke, Doctor
CAMELS CIGARETTE AD, c1950. What Cigarette Do You Smoke, Doctor? Advertisement for Camel cigarettes from an American
Camel Gallery: Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Camel
Camel Gallery: Sopwith Camel 2F-1
Sopwith Camel 2F-1
Camel Gallery: Egypt, Cairo, Giza, View of all three Great Pyramids at sunset
Egypt, Cairo, Giza, View of all three Great Pyramids at sunset
Camel Gallery: Izmir, Turkey - Camel brand figs
Izmir, Turkey - Camel brand figs
Camel Gallery: St Michaels Church, Porthilly, St Minver, Cornwall. Probably early 1900s
St Michaels Church, Porthilly, St Minver, Cornwall. Probably early 1900s
Camel Gallery: The Sahara Desert
The Sahara Desert
Camel Gallery: Sopwith Camel biplane in forced landing, France, WW1
Sopwith Camel biplane in forced landing, France, WW1
Camel Gallery: General Gordon Statue, Chatham
General Gordon Statue, Chatham
Camel Gallery: Street scene in Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia
Street scene in Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia
Camel Gallery: HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846
HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846
Camel Gallery: Arabs fighting tigers in the desert
Arabs fighting tigers in the desert
Camel Gallery: WAT-6060-M
WAT-6060-M
Camel Gallery: TD-1397
TD-1397
Camel Gallery: Camels on Cable Beach
Camels on Cable Beach
Camel Gallery: Sopwith F1 Camel biplane on an airfield, WW1
Sopwith F1 Camel biplane on an airfield, WW1
Camel Gallery: CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1951. Actress Joan Crawford endorsing Camel cigarettes
CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1951. Actress Joan Crawford endorsing Camel cigarettes. American magazine advertisement, 1951
Camel Gallery: Camel by the Yamuna River with the Taj Mahal behind
Camel by the Yamuna River with the Taj Mahal behind
Camel Gallery: Christmas star as planetary conjunction
Christmas star as planetary conjunction
Camel Gallery: Camel - One-humped Camel or Dromedary wandering through the desert
Camel - One-humped Camel or Dromedary wandering through the desert
Camel Gallery: Camels and rider at the Giza Pyramids, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Giza
Camels and rider at the Giza Pyramids, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Giza
Camel Gallery: Carrying Tea by Camel
Carrying Tea by Camel
Camel Gallery: Sopwith Camel biplanes on an airfield, WW1
Sopwith Camel biplanes on an airfield, WW1
Camel Gallery: Camels in the Sahara Desert, Tassili n Ajjer, Algeria, North Africa, Africa
Camels in the Sahara Desert, Tassili n Ajjer, Algeria, North Africa, Africa
Camel Gallery: Close-up of camels head in bright evening light, near Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Close-up of camels head in bright evening light, near Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Camel Gallery: Camel, Petra
Camel, Petra
Camel Gallery: Yak train approaches Tarboche, prayer flag pole in Lha Chu canyon, on the kora round sacred mountain
Yak train approaches Tarboche, prayer flag pole in Lha Chu canyon, on the kora round sacred mountain
Camel Gallery: WAT-11483
WAT-11483
Camel Gallery: Close up of sand bottles with camels in landscapes
Close up of sand bottles with camels in landscapes
Camel Gallery: Camels leaving Cairo for the Front, WW1
Camels leaving Cairo for the Front, WW1
Camel Gallery: WAT-6059
WAT-6059
Camel Gallery: A hand-painted sign showing the time it would take to reach Timbuktu in Mali (52 days
A hand-painted sign showing the time it would take to reach Timbuktu in Mali (52 days
Camel Gallery: King Alis tent at Benowm, Kingdom of Ludamar
King Alis tent at Benowm, Kingdom of Ludamar
Camel Gallery: Chandni Chowk market, Delhi, India
Chandni Chowk market, Delhi, India
Camel Gallery: Oman / Mattrah
Oman / Mattrah
Camel Gallery: Sopwith F1 Camel biplane on an airfield, WW1
Sopwith F1 Camel biplane on an airfield, WW1
Camel Gallery: GIOTTO: ADORATION. Adoration of the Magi. Fresco, c1305, from the Scrovegni Chapel, Padua, by Giotto
GIOTTO: ADORATION. Adoration of the Magi. Fresco, c1305, from the Scrovegni Chapel, Padua, by Giotto
Camel Gallery: The Wise Men arrive at Bethlehem - Bible
The Wise Men arrive at Bethlehem - Bible
Camel Gallery: Nativity Scene
Nativity Scene
Camel Gallery: Camel corps at Delhi Durbar, 1912
Camel corps at Delhi Durbar, 1912
Camel Gallery: Bactrian Camel. Ukraine
Bactrian Camel. Ukraine
Camel Gallery: Sopwith 2F1 Camel -seven aboard HMS Furious in build
Sopwith 2F1 Camel -seven aboard HMS Furious in build
Camel Gallery: Camel Spider - eating cricket
Camel Spider - eating cricket
Camel Gallery: Sopwith 2F1 Camel N6635 at Brooklands
Sopwith 2F1 Camel N6635 at Brooklands
Camel Gallery: CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1946. More Doctors Smoke Camels than Any Other Cigarette
CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1946. More Doctors Smoke Camels than Any Other Cigarette
Camel Gallery: Dromedary CAMELS - mating
Dromedary CAMELS - mating


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The camel is an animal that has been used for centuries by humans in many parts of the world. This majestic creature has adapted to its environment and can survive in some of the harshest conditions on earth. The A large mammal, with two humps on its back, and long legs that allow it to move quickly over sand dunes and has thick fur that helps protect it from extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. The camel's most important feature is its ability to store water in its body for long periods of time without needing to drink often. This adaptation allows them to travel long distances without having access to water sources along the way and are able to eat plants that other animals cannot digest, such as cacti and thorny shrubs which makes them ideal for desert regions where food sources are scarce. Camels have been used by humans since ancient times as a form of transportation across deserts or other harsh environments due to their strength and endurance capabilities and can carry heavy loads over long distances with relative ease compared to other animals such as horses or donkeys which tire easily under such conditions. In addition, camels have also been used for their milk, meat, hide and wool which can be used for clothing or shelter construction purposes depending on the region they inhabit. In conclusion, the camel is an amazing animal whose adaptations make it perfectly suited for life in harsh environments like deserts where food sources are scarce and water access limited . Its strength combined with its ability store water makes it an invaluable asset when travelling through these regions making it one of nature’s most remarkable creatures.