Can Camels Live In Tropical Environments? [Camel Q&A]

can camels live in tropical environments

Camels are one of the most adaptive mammals on the planet.


Where a camel originates from doesn’t necessarily depict where they are now kept with their human companions. We’ve witnessed dromedary camels in snow instead of the sunny desert and bactrian camels in the warm weather instead of the sub-zero temperatures of Mongolia.


Camels are very adaptive indeed, but environment plays a big part in their health and wellbeing (physically and mentally), so in this Camel Q&A we’re answering a common question: can camels live in tropical environments?


What we cover:

  1. Our experience with camels in tropical environments
  2. Why having a camel health plan is important
  3. Camel health and wellbeing tips 
  4. Helpful resources


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Russell Osborne & Tara Lea Australian Camels


Camel Training Cameleers Tara Lea & Russell Osborne

Resources Mentioned: Camel Husbandry eBook

How to care for camels Camel Husbadry eBook



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