How to Pronounce camel?

Correct pronunciation for the word "camel" is [kˈamə͡l], [kˈamə‍l], [k_ˈa_m_əl].

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"Camel" in context

The camel is a large mammal that lives in the deserts of northern Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Middle East. It is a major form of transportation in these areas. Camels can carry up to 600 pounds or 270 kg of weight. They are also often used to provide milk, wool, and dung that can be used as a fuel. Camels are even-toed ungulates, in the family Camelidae, that have long necks and powerful, long legs, and can go for days without drinking. They can endure extreme temperatures, and can drink up to 30 gallons or 114 liters of water in one sitting.

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