Thursday, 26 March 2015.
The camels have always been aware of the endurance of people in the desert and in the various hot spots in the northern hemisphere. They represent elements of agriculture and civilization. Camels are ideal pets in deserts because they have withstood extreme climatic conditions up to eight or more months of a dry spell or an unorthodox rain in the range of 50 to 550 mm. Although they belong to the category of food products produced by domestic animals, they do not have enough research on camels. This is because camels are mostly in arid, arid and semi-arid parts of Asia and Africa, characterized by low livestock and Sohail 39
Inadequate pasture management is another problem in the drylands. Unlike the gwary, the camels feed from a whole range of things, like herb plants, date of stone, sprouts, cactus and shrubs. In the dry seasons, camels eat terms that have low protein, but high cellulose and fibres. The camel has the opportunity to turn desert plants into milk, meat and fibres. It has a long-term memory, sleeps at short intervals and has no competitors to serve (Khan et al.64). His physiological adaptation helps him survive in the desert. Because of their durability, strength and flexibility, people use camels to transport, drive and farm (Khan et al. 65).
Kamel can perform most of these tasks because of its adaptation to difficult conditions. They will always blossom where other pets cannot survive. It gives him a physiological and anatomical identity. In the presence of a green roots in a harsh environment, the camel may not drink water for months. In a hot sire, he can drink in eight or ten days and fall only 30% of the weight of the body due to dehydration
In places where it is important, the camel performs a number of tasks. As a monster, the camel is transporting people and goods and creating milk. Some people turn to it like the sheep of the desert because they can’t be without feet and water. It can carry a load of up to 500 pounds on the back. Camels are the best way to cross the desert dunes, because vehicles are not allowed in the area. This could take a few days. During the feedback you can take several hours to get to the other side of the dunes. Averagely, the camel can travel within a day of 25 miles. They played a significant role in times of war, as they can walk for days without food
The owners find their milk to be a regular meal. Milk camel is rich in vitamin B, C and iron. In Saudi Arabia, white milk is used to produce cheese and yogurt. It also knows that it has an uneasy fight against cancer, which has prevented cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and HIV/AIDS. Its wool, meat and skin are available for use. Although the meat is harsh and rough, it is believed that meat is better than beef. It has a low fat thickness with low risk of heart complications for consumers, like other red meat. Other reasons are people with treasures, as they offer social status owners. Apart from products such as milk, meat, hides, skins, wool and bones, there are a number of uses (Ahmad et al. 196).
In addition to transportation, clothing and food, camels are also used for sports. In the Middle East, cycling has become an ordinary sport. It has a rich history in the Arab world, dated 700 AD. As a sport, camel racing also attracts tourists to the region. The camels used for sports are red by artificial insemination for artificial insemination. The camels are specially trained and fed specifically for sports. During the competitions, the participants registered their animals in different categories according to their age. This law allows the camel to compete for more than two years. With racing, the breeders select the best breeds and are not identified. Kamel-Polo is a general sport in the Middle East.
Although they have a number of advantages, camel camels are bad things and can bite or spit on people to demonstrate their anger. They spit in the stomach contents, especially when they feel threatened. They are unworthy, hard and stubborn. They are also ugly and frightening to children. His groans and groans, irritating people
Camels have a number of negative economic effects. For example, they need direct management, destroy infrastructure and harm people in clashes. They also have an impact on the environment, such as the destruction of the plant world. They will destroy the bolts through the topping, drying and saddle. They are also hostile to other animals, as they are fighting for housing and housing. They also influence the social values of people. For example, they will destroy historic sites, shop resources, lower number of people in natural places, this is a danger when driving and irritating people around. It is also known that they spread diseases such as Rift Valley Fever, Rinderupert, Bluetongue bovine tuberculosis and surra (Sharp and Saunders 4)
Overall, the researchers paid no attention to the potential of camels because of heterogeneous sources of food and family income. Today there are other sources of food, milk and transport, which replaced the role of camels. In arid and semi-arid regions, however, camels play an important role in the production of milk and meat. However, they also have a number of negative effects. Their devastating effects are cultural, social and economic