Camals could adapt to the heat in the Southwest US but the terrain is rockier much than what they are used to.
Camals were brought to the Southwest US from Turkey to form an experimental “U.S. Army Camel Corps” in 1857. The army used these animals to transport supplies across the hot desert from New Mexico to California. The Camal Corps was later discontinued because the camals kept scaring away the horses and the rocky terrain was hard to adapt to.
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