Arabian camel

the dromedary.
Historical Examples

It is much slower than the Arabian camel, seldom going at more than two and a half miles per hour.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood

a domesticated camel, Camelus dromedarius, having one hump on its back and used as a beast of burden in the hot deserts of N Africa and SW Asia See also dromedary Compare Bactrian camel


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