The Dromedary, Camelus dromedarius, also called the Arabian Camel, has only one hump. The camel is entirely domesticated; no truly wild-origin animals remain, although a feral (domesticated then gone wild) group live in the Australian outback. Domesticated herds are mainly in Arabia and North Africa. It is slimmer, taller and has a shorter coat than
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The Dromedary is the more usual camel for riding and desert caravans (although Bactrians are also used for both).