Camel Science

Camel thought to have been first domesticated by native people more than 5,000 years ago, these hardy animals have proved vital to the survival of humans in these areas as they are not just used for transporting both people and goods, but also provide a good source of milk, meat and wool. The Camel is one of the most unique mammals on the planet and has adapted perfectly to life in the desert where food and water can often be scarce, and the temperature changes rapidly from the scorching-hot days to the cooler nights. However, although they would have once been found freely roaming the Arabian deserts, they are today extinct from the wild but the domestic population is widespread and numerous.Veterinary conference inviting abstract on advances in camel science.

  • Camel Anatomy and Physiology
  • Genetics and breeding
  • Veterinary Biochemistry
  • Animal Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology
  • Laboratory Animal Technology
  • Food Animal
  • Diagnostic imaging and radiography

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