http://www.whateats.com/what-eats-a-camel

Mar 22, 2010 ... A FOOD WEB WEBSITE! ... Nothing eats one-humped camels, because while plenty of them ... In fact, two-humped camels are in danger of going extinct in the wild because people keep killing them for food. ... Plants turn that sunlight into usable food energy, and that energy is transfered to the herbivorous ...

https://sites.google.com/site/charlessaharadesert/food-web-and-food-chain

Food web and food chain. The Sahara desert food chain begins with the plants. ... squirrels, certain insects, mounflou, Dorcus gazelle, and Arabian camels.

https://animals.mom.me/food-camel-eat-3394.html

Camels are herbivores and will graze—eat constantly throughout the day—just as sheep do. Camels are also ruminants, which means they eat food, then ...

https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Camelus_dromedarius/

Dromedary camels are herbivorous. They eat primarily thorny plants, dry grasses and saltbush; however, they will eat most anything ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJeESSj1yBg

Nov 4, 2014 ... Camel Diet Camels diet varies over huge variety of plants. Equipped with leathery mouth, camels can easily eat almost every type of vege...

https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Camelus_bactrianus/

Bactrian camels are omnivores, but are primarily herbivores that ... Ruminants eat their food followed by regurgitation, allowing them ...

https://www.dkfindout.com/us/animals-and-nature/food-chains/

Most animals eat more than one kind of food, so they are part of several different food chains. Many food chains may be joined together to form a food web.

https://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/camel

Camels can travel as fast as horses but can also endure legendary periods of time without food or water. Humans have used camels for their wool, milk, meat, ...

https://education.blurtit.com/4500895/food-chain-of-camel

I read that the camel's hump serves as a sort of portable pantry. Here most of its food reserve is stored in the form of fat. If the camel is required to draw ...

https://www.nps.gov/whsa/learn/education/upload/Create_a_Desert_Biome_Food_Chain_answer_key_-1-6MB_PDF.pdf

Desert Cottontail. Jackrabbit. Caterpillar. Desert Biome - Create a Food Chain. Medium Predators - Tertiary Consumers. Carnivores. Omnivores. Bobcat. Coyote.