They have extraordinary physical skills and have been used to transport goods in hostile environments for a few weeks, but that’s not the only reason they are nicknamed.
Their unique physical characteristics allow them to survive in very particular climates, especially their ability to consume very little water without dehydrating. They have a double row of eyelashes to protect their eyes, strong legs and thick padded feet that allow them to easily walk on the warm sand without sinking. Transport is not the only advantage that camels can offer. The inhabitants of the desert also have their milk, their meat, their fur, and even their droppings when they are inflamed.
But if they are nicknamed the “boats of the desert”, it is for their motive to walk that looks like a boat that sways to the left: they move then both feet on the other side to advance.
With a single lump on the back, camels live in North Africa and the Middle East. Camels have two bosses, and they only exist in China and Central Asia. Initially, the dromedary also had two leaders, but they had merged with evolution.