Bactrian Camel Camelus bactrianus

Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camels
Bactrian Camel
The two-humped Bactrian Camel is mainly domesticated, but some semi-wild herds remain on the steppes and deserts of Central Asia, particularly Kazakhstan. A few hundred genetically-distinct species of "Wild Bactrian" remain in the Ghobi Desert, Mongolia and northern China. They are critically endangered, the main threat being poaching.
Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camel
In addition to the extra hump, the Bactrian Camel has a far more shaggy coat and stocky, muscular build than the Arabian Dromedary. (The Wild Bactrian, not shown, is more slender than the (domestic) Bactrian and has a less-shaggy, lighter-coloured coat.)
Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camel
The (domestic) Bactrian has a shaggier hairdo.
Bactrian Camels on the steppes
Bactrian Camels on the steppes
Bactrian Camels on the steppes The photo above by Alexandra Makhnina.
Bactrian camels on the steppes of Central Asia. They are free-roaming but owned.
Bactrian Camel
Bactrian Camel
These have been shorn for the hot weather (camel hair coats and blankets are prized by humans).
Bactrian Camel
The Bactrian is also domesticated for riding.