omg, ok, camels are hoofed creatures with beige/tan/golden-brown fur that is oftentimes thicker around their neck. They also have distinct "humps" on their back and usually live in dry areas.
He asked for camals, not camels.
Camals are rare sterile hybrids between canals and camels. Camals are much shorter than typical canals and their humps are underdeveloped but they can store water for a long time.
Or am i just weird?
(Neat fact: Killer Whales are actually dolphins. The name "killer whale" is a mistranslation of "whale killers".)
I think I'm bein a bit cocky
sorry I'm very nerdy
Good job anyways :)
easy but a lot of fun anyway :)
The spots (rosettes) on a leopard are empty, while the jaguar has spots within its rosettes. That's an easy way to tell the difference from the coat alone, like in that picture.
I thought it was a honey badger at first xDD