Arabian camel

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Arabian camel

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Arabian camel

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(Animals) a domesticated camel, Camelus dromedarius, having one hump on its back and used as a beast of burden in the hot deserts of N Africa and SW Asia. See also dromedary Compare Bactrian camel
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Noun1.Arabian camel - one-humped camel of the hot deserts of northern Africa and southwestern AsiaArabian camel - one-humped camel of the hot deserts of northern Africa and southwestern Asia
camel - cud-chewing mammal used as a draft or saddle animal in desert regions
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Most human cases have been attributed to human-to-human infections in healthcare settings, but evidence suggests Arabian camels are a major reservoir for Mers-CoV and an animal source of infection in humans.
Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed, President of Saudi Arabian Camels Federation, expressed thanks to and appreciation of the Chairman of the General Sports Authority for his approval to hold these two championships.
Arabian camels are also known as dromedary, which means 'swift camel', based on the Greek word meaning, 'runner'.
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QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has announced its sponsorship of the concluding round of the Founder Sheikh Jassim bin Mohammed bin Thani's Camel Festival for local pure Arabian camels race 2017-2018 season to be held at Al Shahaniya Racetrack.
QNB will offer the new Lamborghini to the first place winner in the last round of the Founder Sheikh Jassim bin Mohamed bin Thani's Camel Festival for local pure Arabian camels race 2017-2018 season.
Experimental studies of Sarcoptes Scabiei infections of Arabian camels (Camelus dromedarius).
They found that viruses from infected humans and Arabian camels from the same geographical region have nearly identical RNA sequences.
Of more than 200 Saudi Arabian camels surveyed in 2013, researchers found that 74 percent showed signs of previous infections and around 25 percent had signs of active infections.
The Qatari Emir received the Necklace of Honour from Bashir besides other gifts including birds, rare African parrots, and authentic Arabian camels.
Last August, researchers pointed to Arabian camels as possible hosts of the virus.
As with SARS-CoV, it is expected that MERS-CoV might be transmitted to humans by an intermediate animal host, and neutralizing antibodies against MERS-CoV have been found in Arabian camels originating from Oman, Spain, and Egypt (8,9).