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At the moment, Gujarat is the only home to Kharai camel who have adapted to the extreme climate of rann and shallow seas and high salinity. As per latest counting, the state has 6,200 camels out ...

counterview.org/2014/05/03/rare-kharai-camel-species-found...

A recent survey by Sahjeevan Trust has identified rising threat to the rare Kharai camel species due to industrialization, salinity ingress and reduction in mangrove cover in coastal Kutch. A report: Kutch is home to one of the rare camel species – Kharai camel. The breed, which numbers around 2,200, feeds on mangroves and other…

dailytimes.com.pk/131780/indus-deltas-unique-kharai-camels...

Though, camels are known for beings the ships of the desert, Kharai camels are the real ships. They can sail into sea for around 10 nautical miles, according to the local Jatts of Thatta district.

weather.com/.../news/2018-05-27-kutch-kharai-camel-remarkable

Kharai camel breeders follow the natural grazing pattern of the camels, which varies seasonally. In fact, the breeders do not build a permanent shelter for these camels because the latter are ...

english.mathrubhumi.com/news/columns/faunaforum/kharai...

Each camel has been counted by Sahjeevan, and there are only 3,665 kharai camels left and 79 breeders. Quickly learn about them so that you don’t miss this miraculous animal. To get in touch ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camel

A camel is an even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus that bears distinctive fatty deposits known as "humps" on its back. Camels have long been domesticated and, as livestock, they provide food (milk and meat) and textiles (fiber and felt from hair).

earther.gizmodo.com/the-fight-to-save-the-last-swimming...

The Kharai camels—the world’s only swimming camels—used to be reared by the thousands by two traditional breeding and herding communities, the Rabari and the Jat. In 2012, there were just 4,000 left. The domestic breed is disappearing due to a decline in its mangrove habitat, and economic changes that are making semi-nomadic lifestyles ...

www.iasabhiyan.com/kharai-camel

Gujarat is the only home to Kharai camel who have adapted to the extreme climate of rann and shallow seas and high salinity. The Kharai camels are left to themselves on one of the seven mangrove islands that dot the creek at Mohadi in Kutch district of Gujarat.