Six or seven months, possibly longer.
Camels are incredibly well suited to live in the harsh desert conditions that they endure on a regular basis. Although most people think their humps are filled with water, they are actually filled with fat. These fat deposits are fuel reserves for when the camel is not able to find food or water for awhile, allowing it to stay alive longer. Because of the storage reserves, some camels have been found to live six or seven months without water during the winter months in the Sahara desert. During the summer though, when temperatures can reach more than 110 degrees farenheit each day, camels will only last about five days without some form of hydration.
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