Arabian Camel (camelus dromedarius)

Feral camels are an emerging environmental and agricultural pest. Feral camels occur over 37% of the Australian mainland, being confined primarily to the drier parts of Western Australia, South Austrlia and the Northern Territory. There are currently in excess of 300,000 feral camels and the population is doubling in size every eight years.

Author Northern Territory Government
Date null
Year 2007
Institution Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts
Pages 1
Notes Notes
Region NT
Links https://www.nt.gov.au/nreta/wildlife/animals/exotic/camel.html