Melbourne, July 16 (ANI): When it comes to camels, staying cool may be the key to reproductive success, according to a new research.
Scientists working in Central Australia have found male camels have the ability to drop their body temperature which may help them last longer in rutting displays, reports the Courier Mail.
During courtship, male camels compete intensely in elaborate and ritualised performances that range from posing to strutting, as well as jostling and running.
Professor Gordon Grigg, from University of Queensland, worked with a team of camel behaviourists and ecologists for the study. (ANI)