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Fig. 15 | Pastoralism

Fig. 15

From: Dromedary (Camelus dromedarius) and Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus) crossbreeding husbandry practices in Turkey and Kazakhstan: An in-depth review

Fig. 15

Typical phenotypic characters of Bactrian camel: (a) two humps with their bases separated by 30–40 cm or more of flat area; (b) abundant forearms hair; (c) abundant hair localized on the front margins of the neck, from the throat area to the neck base; and (d) abundant hair on the top of the head between the ears. These areas of hair growth are absent in pure dromedaries while these are always present in varying degree in hybrids

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