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Please check the following sentences.Thanks.

Camel is an special animal in the service of mankind.

There are two kinds of camel, Arabian or dromedary and Bactrian camels around the world.

Camels are highly prized among Bedouins, they use them for riding and transporting goods.

Camels also provide milk and hair for weaving cloths.

Allah SWT referred this special animal in Quran with these words "Have they not looked at the camel-how it was created?"

With special body structure,long eyelashes,long neck and curved nose camels are animal of hot and dry climet.

Another speciality of camel is hump which is a mass of fat, hump provides nutrients in the time of starvation.

Camels can also change their body temperature and their specilized blood and body cells prevents extra water loss.

That's why camels can survive without food and water for eight days.
 

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OK_ I have to go into class, so I'll get things started and be backlater:

The camel is a special animal in the service of mankind.
 
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tdol said:
OK_ I have to go into class, so I'll get things started and be backlater:

The camel is a special animal in the service of mankind.
ok,i am waiting.
 

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There are two kinds of camel in the world: the Arabian, or dromedary, and the Bactrian camels.

Camels are highly prized among Bedouins; they use them for riding and transporting goods.

Camels also provide milk and hair for weaving cloth.

Allah SWT referred to this special animal in Quran with these words "Have they not looked at the camel-how it was created?"

With its special body structure,long eyelashes,long neck and curved nose camels are animals for a hot and dry climatet.

Another speciality of the camel is its hump, which is a mass of fat, providing nutrients in times of food scarcity.

Camels can also change their body temperature and their specilized blood and body cells prevents extra water loss.

That's why camels can survive without food and water for eight days.

Any use? ;-)

BTW- I'm not familiar with SWT, I know the use of 'the Prophet (PBUH)'. What does SWT stand for?
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thanks for help, but i don't understand what do you mean by "any use".

SWT :This is the Acronym for "Subhanahu wa ta'ala" meaning "Allah is pure of having partners and He is exalted from having a son."
 

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I meant 'was it useful?' ;-)
 
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