For the most part, no. Camels are very similar to cows in their eating habits, in that they eat grasses and vegetation. These plants are partially digested and regurgitated for easy chewing and digestion. They have been known to sometimes eat fish, but no mention of insects. When they do not have a viable plant food source, they use the fat stored in their humps for nourishment until they find a source.
Insects are not part of a camel’s regular diet. They are herbivores, which mean they eat plants. They like grass, grain, hay, and even fruit. When food is scarce, they’ll tolerate thorny plants and bones.
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