Camelids | Camelidae

Camelids are a biological family of herbivorous even-toed ungulates characterized by their large bodies, slender necks and long legs. Found in remote locations from the Middle East, Northern Africa, Central Asia, and the Andes region in South America, camelids have evolved as separate distinct species adapted to their harsh individual contexts. The smaller South American camelids, which includes the Llama, Guanaco, Alpaca, and Vicuña, are characterized by their desirable thick wool coats and toes for gripping rock terrain. In the Afro-Asian contexts, camelids such as the Bactrian camel and the Dromedary camel have developed to survive their almost waterless habitats.

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Camelids

Animals
Alpaca
39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm
Alpaca
Vicuña
49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm
Vicuña
Guanaco
57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm
Guanaco
Llama
67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m
Llama
Bactrian Camel
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Bactrian Camel
Dromedary Camel
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Dromedary Camel
Alpaca
48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm
Alpaca
Vicuña
60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm
Vicuña
Llama
72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m
Llama
Guanaco
82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm
Guanaco
Dromedary Camel
86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm
Dromedary Camel
Bactrian Camel
89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm
Bactrian Camel

Camelids

Alpaca
39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm
Vicuña
49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm
Guanaco
57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm
Llama
67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m
Bactrian Camel
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Dromedary Camel
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Alpaca
48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm
Vicuña
60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm
Llama
72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m
Guanaco
82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm
Dromedary Camel
86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm
Bactrian Camel
89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm
Alpaca
32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm
Vicuña
34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm
Guanaco
39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm
Llama
48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m
Bactrian Camel
62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm
Dromedary Camel
71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm
Guanaco
200-310 lb | 90-140 kg
Llama
290-440 lb | 130-200 kg
Alpaca
45-68 lb | 100-175 kg
Vicuña
77-144 lb | 35-65 kg
Dromedary Camel
880-1320 lb | 400-600 kg
Bactrian Camel
990-1100 lb | 450-500 kg
Llama
15-25 years
Alpaca
15-25 years
Vicuña
20-24 years
Guanaco
20-25 years
Bactrian Camel
20-40 years; 50 (wild)
Dromedary Camel
40-50 years

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Vicuña
Size comparison drawing of a Vicuña to the height of a woman with dimensions labeled for heights and body length

The Vicuña is one of the two wild South American camelids that live in the high alpine areas of the Andes, with the other species being the Guanaco. The Vicuña is highly prized for its fine coat, which can only be shone every three years. The fine fibers of their coat have been desired since Incan times, when garments made from Vicuña wool were reserved for royalty only. The Vicuña is the national animal of Peru and is protected by conservationists after a brief stint on the endangered animals list in 1974. Despite being previously considered distinct from the Alpaca and the Llama, recent DNA research has revealed potential wild Vicuña parentage in domesticated Alpaca.

Vicuña has a width of and height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm.
The Vicuña has a height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Vicuña was released in 20-24 years.
The Vicuña has a height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, width of , depth of , and weighs 77-144 lb | 35-65 kg. The Vicuña was released in 20-24 years.
Vicuña has a height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm.
The Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, width of , and depth of .
The Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Vicuña is set at 34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm with arms at .
The Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm, and depth of .
The Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the Vicuña is set at 34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm.
Vicuña have an overall length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm and width of . Vicuña have an overall area of .
The Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm, and depth of . The Vicuña has a seat height set at 34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm and an arm height of .
The average Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, withers (shoulder) height of 34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm, and body length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm. A typical Vicuña weighs between 77-144 lb | 35-65 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 20-24 years.
The typical Vicuña has an overall height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm and body length of 60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm. An average Vicuña weighs between 77-144 lb | 35-65 kg and has a typical lifespan of 20-24 years.
Vicuña has a width of and height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm.
The Vicuña has a height of 49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Vicuña was released in 20-24 years.
Collection of front and side elevation illustrations of Vicuña in various postures from eating to standing upright
The Vicuña is one of the two wild South American camelids that live in the high alpine areas of the Andes. The Vicuña is highly prized for its fine coat, which can only be shone every three years and is the national animal of Peru.
Collection of front and side elevation illustrations of Vicuña in various postures from eating to standing upright
Vicuña

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Height:
49"-52" (4’1”-4’4”) | 124-132 cm
Width:
Length:
60"-72" (5’-6’) | 152-183 cm
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
34"-36" (2’10”-3’) | 86-90 cm
Weight:
77-144 lb | 35-65 kg
Area:

Uses: Wool
Scientific Name: Vicugna vicugna

Lifespan
20-24 years

Drawings include:
Vicuña side elevation (standing), side (person), front, eating, back

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Llama
Comparison drawing of a llama to the size of a human (Napoleon Dynamite) with dimensions for height and length

Llamas are domesticated herbivorous members of the camel family (camelids) characterized by their coats of thick wool and their upright posture. An iconic traditional South American animal, llamas have long been kept as useful beasts of burden that serve human needs for transportation of goods as well as for the production of wool and meat. Llamas live collectively with others in herds and are often used as guardians for other livestock because of their keen awareness and intelligence. Often confused with the alpaca, llamas are noticeably larger than alpacas and produce less wool.

Llama has a width of and height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m.
The Llama has a height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, width of , and a depth of . The Llama was released in 15-25 years.
The Llama has a height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, width of , depth of , and weighs 290-440 lb | 130-200 kg. The Llama was released in 15-25 years.
Llama has a height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m.
The Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, width of , and depth of .
The Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Llama is set at 48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m with arms at .
The Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m, and depth of .
The Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m, and depth of . The seat height of the Llama is set at 48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m.
Llama have an overall length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m and width of . Llama have an overall area of .
The Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m, and depth of . The Llama has a seat height set at 48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m and an arm height of .
The average Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, withers (shoulder) height of 48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m, and body length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m. A typical Llama weighs between 290-440 lb | 130-200 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 15-25 years.
The typical Llama has an overall height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m and body length of 72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m. An average Llama weighs between 290-440 lb | 130-200 kg and has a typical lifespan of 15-25 years.
Llama has a width of and height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m.
The Llama has a height of 67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m, width of , and a depth of . The Llama was released in 15-25 years.
Multiple illustrations of a llama as viewed from the side profile, front, and laying down positions
Llamas are domesticated members of the camel family characterized by their coats of thick wool and their upright posture. An iconic traditional South American animal, an average llama has a shoulder height of 4’2” | 1.27 m, an overall height of 5’9” | 1.75 m, and an overall length of 6’3” | 1.91 m.
Multiple illustrations of a llama as viewed from the side profile, front, and laying down positions
Llama

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Height:
67"-71" (5’7”-5’11”) | 1.7-1.8 m
Width:
Length:
72"-78" (6’-6’6”) | 1.8-2.0 m
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
48"-53" (4’-4’5”) | 1.2-1.3 m
Weight:
290-440 lb | 130-200 kg
Area:

Uses: Wool, pack (transport), meat (Peru), guards
Scientific Name: Lama glama

Lifespan
15-25 years

Drawings include:
Llamas side elevation (standing), side (Napoleon Dynamite), front, side (laying down)

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Alpaca
Scale illustration of an Alpaca and a young boy with dimensions

The Alpaca, a member of the camelid family from South America, is a domesticated relative of the Guanaco and the Vicuña who is bred for its luxurious, soft coat. The Alpaca is frequently confused with the llama, but while both domesticated South American camelids, they are two distinct species; the Alpaca being the smaller of the two, and the Llama being larger and used as a pack animal. There two types of Alpacas, the more common Huacayas, identifiable by their fluffy, teddy-bear like appearance, and the Suris, identifiable by their silky fleece that grows in locks. Alpaca fibers can come in as many as 52 natural colors from Peru, but only 12 and 16 are from Australia and the United States, respectively.

Alpaca has a width of and height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm.
The Alpaca has a height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Alpaca was released in 15-25 years.
The Alpaca has a height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, width of , depth of , and weighs 45-68 lb | 100-175 kg. The Alpaca was released in 15-25 years.
Alpaca has a height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm.
The Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, width of , and depth of .
The Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Alpaca is set at 32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm with arms at .
The Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm, and depth of .
The Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the Alpaca is set at 32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm.
Alpaca have an overall length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm and width of . Alpaca have an overall area of .
The Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm, and depth of . The Alpaca has a seat height set at 32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm and an arm height of .
The average Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, withers (shoulder) height of 32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm, and body length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm. A typical Alpaca weighs between 45-68 lb | 100-175 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 15-25 years.
The typical Alpaca has an overall height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm and body length of 48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm. An average Alpaca weighs between 45-68 lb | 100-175 kg and has a typical lifespan of 15-25 years.
Alpaca has a width of and height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm.
The Alpaca has a height of 39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Alpaca was released in 15-25 years.
Multiple drawings of Alpaca in various poses from walking to standing and lying down
The Alpaca, a member of the camelid family from South America, is a domesticated relative of the Guanaco and the Vicuña who is bred for its luxurious, soft coat. There two types of Alpacas, the more common fluffy Huacayas, and the Suris, identifiable by their silky fleece that grows in locks.
Multiple drawings of Alpaca in various poses from walking to standing and lying down
Alpaca

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Height:
39.0"-46.0" (3’3”-3’10”) | 99-117 cm
Width:
Length:
48.0"-84.0" (4’-7’) | 122-213 cm
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
32.0"-39.0" (2’8”-3’3”) | 81-99 cm
Weight:
45-68 lb | 100-175 kg
Area:

Uses: Wool
Scientific Name: Vicugna pacos

Lifespan
15-25 years

Drawings include:
Alpaca side elevation (standing), side (person), front, walking, lying down

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Guanaco
Size comparison illustration of a Guanaco compared to a typical woman with labeled standard measurements

The Guanaco, like the Vicuña, is a wild camelid that lives in the high elevations of the Andes. The Guanaco is the wild parent to the Llama, a the result of domesticating the Guanaco for use as pack animal, and the Alpaca, who is the result of domesticating the Guanaco for its coat. The Guanaco is an extremely speedy runner, capable of reaching speeds upwards of 40 miles per hour, and a talented swimmer. The Guanaco is a herd animal and has developed different ways of communicating which include, ear movements, vocalizations, spitting, and marking territory with dung.

Guanaco has a width of and height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm.
The Guanaco has a height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Guanaco was released in 20-25 years.
The Guanaco has a height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, width of , depth of , and weighs 200-310 lb | 90-140 kg. The Guanaco was released in 20-25 years.
Guanaco has a height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm.
The Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, width of , and depth of .
The Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Guanaco is set at 39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm with arms at .
The Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm, and depth of .
The Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the Guanaco is set at 39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm.
Guanaco have an overall length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm and width of . Guanaco have an overall area of .
The Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm, and depth of . The Guanaco has a seat height set at 39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm and an arm height of .
The average Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, withers (shoulder) height of 39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm, and body length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm. A typical Guanaco weighs between 200-310 lb | 90-140 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 20-25 years.
The typical Guanaco has an overall height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm and body length of 82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm. An average Guanaco weighs between 200-310 lb | 90-140 kg and has a typical lifespan of 20-25 years.
Guanaco has a width of and height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm.
The Guanaco has a height of 57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm, width of , and a depth of . The Guanaco was released in 20-25 years.
Set of elevation drawings of Guanaco in multiple poses from waking to standing upright
The Guanaco, like the Vicuña, is a wild camelid that lives in the high elevations of the Andes. The Guanaco is the wild parent to the Llama, who is the result of domesticating the Guanaco for use as pack animal, and the Alpaca, who is the result of domesticating the Guanaco for its coat.
Set of elevation drawings of Guanaco in multiple poses from waking to standing upright
Guanaco

*Under Development*

Height:
57"-61" (4’9”-5’2”) | 145-155 cm
Width:
Length:
82"-86" (6’10”-7’2”) | 210-220 cm
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
39"-43" (3’3”-3’7”) | 100-110 cm
Weight:
200-310 lb | 90-140 kg
Area:

Uses: Wool
Scientific Name: Lama guanicoe

Lifespan
20-25 years

Drawings include:
Guanaco side elevation (standing), side (person), front, back, walking

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Dromedary Camel
Side elevation drawing of a Dromedary Camel compared to the height of a person with dimensions for heights and body length

The Dromedary Camel, also known as the Arabian Camel, is a one-humped camelid that resides primarily in Northern Africa, with a small feral population in Australia. The Dromedary Camel has not occurred in the wild for about 2,000 years after being domesticated about 4,000 in Arabian Peninsula. The Dromedary Camel is the tallest of all the camel species with a hump that can store up to 80 pounds of fat that can be converted to water in time of need. Due to its ability to store plenty of water reserves, the Dromedary Camel can cover distances of 100 miles in the desert and go several weeks without access to water.

Dromedary Camel has a width of and height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Dromedary Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and a depth of . The Dromedary Camel was released in 40-50 years.
The Dromedary Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , depth of , and weighs 880-1320 lb | 400-600 kg. The Dromedary Camel was released in 40-50 years.
Dromedary Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and depth of .
The Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Dromedary Camel is set at 71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm with arms at .
The Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm, and depth of .
The Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the Dromedary Camel is set at 71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm.
Dromedary Camel have an overall length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm and width of . Dromedary Camel have an overall area of .
The Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm, and depth of . The Dromedary Camel has a seat height set at 71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm and an arm height of .
The average Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, withers (shoulder) height of 71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm, and body length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm. A typical Dromedary Camel weighs between 880-1320 lb | 400-600 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 40-50 years.
The typical Dromedary Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m and body length of 86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm. An average Dromedary Camel weighs between 880-1320 lb | 400-600 kg and has a typical lifespan of 40-50 years.
Dromedary Camel has a width of and height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Dromedary Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and a depth of . The Dromedary Camel was released in 40-50 years.
Pair of illustrations of a Dromedary Camel viewed walking from the side and standing from behind
The Dromedary Camel is a one-humped camelid that resides in primarily in Northern Africa, with a small feral population in Australia. The Dromedary Camel is the tallest of all the camel species with a hump that can store up to 80 pounds of fat that can be converted to water in time of need.
Pair of illustrations of a Dromedary Camel viewed walking from the side and standing from behind
Dromedary Camel

*Under Development*

Height:
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Width:
Length:
86"-134" (7’2”-11’2”) | 219-341 cm
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
71"-78" (5’11”-6’6”) | 180-198 cm
Weight:
880-1320 lb | 400-600 kg
Area:

Uses: Pack animal
Scientific Name: Camelus dromedarius

Lifespan
40-50 years

Drawings include:
Dromedary Cameld side elevation (standing), side (person), front, back, walking, lying down

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Bactrian Camel
Dimensioned drawing of a Bactrian Camel standing next to a man for scale with measurements for heights and width

The Bactrian Camel is a two-humped camelid residing in the Central and Eastern Asian Desert and is closely related, but wholly distinct from, the Wild Bactrian Camel, Camelus ferus. With its tolerance for both hot and cold temperatures, adaptation for high altitudes, and endurance for many miles, the Bactrian Camel enabled trade along the Silk Road from 130 B.C. to 1453 A.D. as a versatile pack animal. While mostly domesticated, a small feral population still exists in southwest Kazakhstan and India. Similar to the Dromedary Camel, the Bactrian Camel rarely sweats, can close its nostrils to sand, and has two rows of eyelashes to protect his eyes.

Bactrian Camel has a width of and height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Bactrian Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and a depth of . The Bactrian Camel was released in 20-40 years; 50 (wild).
The Bactrian Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , depth of , and weighs 990-1100 lb | 450-500 kg. The Bactrian Camel was released in 20-40 years; 50 (wild).
Bactrian Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and depth of .
The Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Bactrian Camel is set at 62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm with arms at .
The Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm, and depth of .
The Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the Bactrian Camel is set at 62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm.
Bactrian Camel have an overall length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm and width of . Bactrian Camel have an overall area of .
The Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm, and depth of . The Bactrian Camel has a seat height set at 62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm and an arm height of .
The average Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, withers (shoulder) height of 62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm, and body length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm. A typical Bactrian Camel weighs between 990-1100 lb | 450-500 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 20-40 years; 50 (wild).
The typical Bactrian Camel has an overall height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m and body length of 89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm. An average Bactrian Camel weighs between 990-1100 lb | 450-500 kg and has a typical lifespan of 20-40 years; 50 (wild).
Bactrian Camel has a width of and height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m.
The Bactrian Camel has a height of 84" (7’) | 2.13 m, width of , and a depth of . The Bactrian Camel was released in 20-40 years; 50 (wild).
Illustrations of Bactrian Camels in various postures including walking, standing, and lying down
The Bactrian Camel is a two-humped camelid residing in Central and Eastern Asian Desert and is closely related to the Wild Bactrian Camel. Similar to the Dromedary Camel, the Bactrian Camel rarely sweats, can close its nostrils to sand, and has two rows of eyelashes to protect his eyes.
Illustrations of Bactrian Camels in various postures including walking, standing, and lying down
Bactrian Camel

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Height:
84" (7’) | 2.13 m
Width:
Length:
89"-138" (7’5”-11’6”) | 225-350 cm
Depth:
Withers Height (Shoulder)
62"-71" (5’2”-5’11”) | 157-180 cm
Weight:
990-1100 lb | 450-500 kg
Area:

Uses: Pack animal
Scientific Name: Camelus bactrianus

Lifespan
20-40 years; 50 (wild)

Drawings include:
Bactrian Camel side elevation (standing), side (person), front, walking, lying down

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