Camels are animals that live humped desert areas. Camels have endurance outstanding to hot weather, they can survive even without food and water for several days.
Camel ability to adapt to extreme weather comes hot on their body's metabolic system a little different with animals in general, and also on their hump contains fat that can be converted into water through the process of respiration.
Because of its exceptional ability hot and arid areas, camels became a very reliable beast desert areas like in the middle east and north africa as a pet carrier and transportation. Camel milk also contains more nutrients than cow's milk.
At a temperature of 41 degrees celsius, the camel was still able to maintain they metabolism without spending even a single drop of sweat, when the temperature exceeds 41 degrees Celsius then the camel sweat from the heat and even then only occurs on the surface it is not the hair on the body so that the flow rate of the body can be reduced.