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Adj.1.two-humped - having two humps
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The researchers tested a range of domestic animals for viral antibodies, including the two-humped Bactrian camel, but found positive results only in dromedary camels.
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The two-humped youngster is settling in well and hundreds are expected to flock to see the new family member this weekend.
What follows is the swallowing of a cohort of animals from the Australian bush plus a two-humped camel and finally a ute
Hopefully, we can now look into cloning other camelids such as the two-humped camel.
I feel humbled, maybe a little scared, and wonder why this assignment to document the world's champion eco-warriors, the desert nomad, and their herds of two-humped Bactrian camels seemed like such a good idea.
Turning to the story of the Turks, he focuses on the lucrative but temperature-sensitive industry of cross-breeding one-humped and two-humped camels.
These days, the job structure is turning into an hourglass, or a two-humped camel.
Embracing his treasure-chest backpack of a hump, Pursued by breast-thumping zealots who would exclude him, Already he arrives, as foretold: one-bag postman who In their two-humped desert dreams alone in his room.
And now, having grown to around half her final height, two-humped Scrummy has found a scrumptious habit while in captivity.
A new documentary, Connemara Monster, which will premiere at the Stranger Than Fiction Festival in the Irish Film Institute, examines the legend of the two-humped mystery mammal.
In Cornwall it means climbing aboard a two-humped Bactrian camel and swaying across heathland on Britain's first camel trek.