Wildlife - Taj Pacleb

Camel Eye

Camels were the vehicles of the ancient world. Able to carry up to 900 pounds and travel over 25 miles per day. God made them perfectly equipped for the desert life. Camels have three sets of eyelids with two rows of eyelashes that help keep sand and dust out of their eyes. They are also able to close their nostrils to keep the sand out. This amazing herbivore lives off of grass, seeds, twigs, and even plants with thorns and can drink up to 40 gallons of water at one time! Their hump can store over 80 pounds of fat which is converted into energy and water when there is no food available. Thus enabling them to go for weeks without food or water. The same God that gave the Camel what he needs to survive in the desert has given us everything we need to survive and thrive in the cruel wilderness of this world! “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” - 2 Peter 1:3

Canon 5D Mark III
100-400mm@400mm
1/500 sec
f/8
ISO 100