The answer is: a camel with two humps. The camel in question is the dromedary, which has not three, but two humps.
The Bactrian camel has two humps, as well as two hock joints in each leg. The single-humped camel is known as the Arabian camel and is used for riding and racing.
The dromedary (also called the Arabian camel) can travel up to 50 miles a day and can survive on less than one gallon of water per day.
The Bactrian camel can carry up to 300 pounds on its back, while the dromedary carries about 200 pounds.
Last modified: November 27, 2022