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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
camel (noun)
1.
either of two large ruminant mammals (genus ) used as draft and saddle animals in desert regions especially of Africa and Asia - Camelus
a) the one-humped camel () extant only as a domestic or feral animal - C. dromedarius called also dromedary
b) the 2-humped camel ( syn. ) of Chinese Turkestan and Mongolia - C. bactrianus C. ferus called also Bactrian camel
2.
a watertight structure used especially to lift submerged ships
3.
a light yellowish brown
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