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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Camels have adapted to harsh desert conditions that require them to eat thorny plants. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so wild, anything can happen. Nat Geo Wild is the network all about animals from National Geographic, where every story is an adventure and your imagination is allowed to run wild. Get More Nat Geo Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram Yes—These are camels snacking on cactus. This pair of dromedary camels, Baby and Nessie, clearly don’t mind the spines. It hurts, but they can handle it. Camels have adapted to harsh desert conditions that require them to eat thorny plants. Inside a camel’s mouth, small cone-shaped protrusions called papillae guide the animal’s chew. The key is to avoiding being poked by the spines. Camels pivot their chew and slide the needles vertically down their throats. Regardless of their discomfort, the ruminators keep ruminating. Read more in “This is How Camels Can Eat Spikey Cacti ” https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/camels-cactus-mouth-papillae-animals/ Camels Don’t Mind Spines In Their Cacti | Nat Geo Wild Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild Video Rating: / 5 Hi Guys 😀 So many flowers and buds in the polytunnel this week and want to share the progress of them with you all 😀 ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ […]

31 Comments

  • Nat Geo WILD 3 months ago

    Chewing on cacti seems impossible, but not for camels! What are your thoughts on their ability to handle spiky snacks?

  • Arnel Susano 3 months ago

    poor camel 🙁

  • fantasy philosophy 3 months ago

    Anyone else find this odly satisfying?

  • Exist64 3 months ago

    Funny, that's there one exact thing that the spines are there for to avoid: being harmed by animals

  • Secret undercover Agent Doggo 3 months ago

    Yummy.

  • MrSamulai 3 months ago

    I do hate it when there's a spine in my cactus.

  • Faster Stronger 3 months ago

    Camelsandfriends

  • Ender Xanderion 3 months ago

    What happen if the camel swallow it? Does the needles get stuck in their throats?

  • Exs Ohs 3 months ago

    the original video got back lashed by snowflakes.

  • Misael Gomez 3 months ago

    Camel ASMR ?

  • bmxer123ist 3 months ago

    That hurts my mouth just from watching this. That is one incredible thing that a camel can do

  • Sunkist Jen 3 months ago

    Now i know where that "ticket muncher" sound from chuck e cheese came from

  • Døzy G 3 months ago

    I wanna try it now

  • TheGirAddict 3 months ago

    When you evolve spines but get eaten anyways..

  • ZeptoCreations 3 months ago

    Guess you have to be tough as nails to eat the nails.

  • Wrong meme 3 months ago

    Anything is wrong with that horse

  • Richard Nixon 3 months ago

    Absolute M A D C A M E L

  • camelsandfriends 3 months ago

    My camels! You can watch more of Baby and Nessie on my channel. They sure love their cactus. And no they are not hungry or thirsty. They go for cactus over any other food and they like it this way.

  • Henrik Sørensen 3 months ago

    what is you super power ……. im rich haha. … lyn you got many fans im one take care

  • Henrik Sørensen 3 months ago

    think of barb wiere! (soilder) it hurts. but you can easy get under it….. now think cakti. evryvere . small stingers. grapling hook.

  • Simla Sawoky 3 months ago

    Wow so beautiful.

  • Avi Blaszkowsky 3 months ago

    I don’t know if it’s a lobivia but it could very well be one because there are pups coming off of the top of the cactus. Echinocereus tend to pup at the bottom of the plant.

  • Weezy Breezy 3 months ago

    Beautiful! I found a peanut cactus at Home Depot! I am so happy to finally have one. 😀 I hope some of my cactai bloom like yours, that is amazing.

  • BananaJSSI 3 months ago

    Great video! You have a great collection for sure. Love them all. We have a large cactus patch in our garden. I live on a small Island off of the south west coast of British Columbia. Cheers

  • Olga's dreamland 3 months ago

    Beautiful blooms Lyn. The polytunnel looks amazing with all this blooms.

  • Kathy Gilbreath 3 months ago

    Beautiful!!!

  • Melissa Nurmi 3 months ago

    Loving the Gymnocalycium blooms, I have one and it seems to not want to bloom anymore even though it has some bud lol, so exciting for me as some of my cacti I have purchased have bloomed and thats never happened to me!

  • aquaholicfish 3 months ago

    Can you please do an update on your laphophora , all of Them?

  • Martin Dornhäuser 3 months ago

    Lovely Lobivia! Really looking forward to see all the flowers opened… So many amazing cacti, big thanks for sharing with us!

  • Bob S 3 months ago

    best guess, gymno stellatum v. kleinianum

  • Given To Grow 3 months ago

    Those Gymnocalycium Blooms are amazing. I love all the flowers you have shown in these videos but this one in particular just speaks to me. <3

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