TIL Camels can be larger than moose, run up to 40mph, live close to 40 years in the wild, and are more intelligent/emotional than horses.

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Their main emotions are laziness, spite, boredom, and dickishness (in no particular order). Source – have met a number of camels over the years

eitan55

The moose measureables on that site line up with a female Alaskan Moose, but bull moose can be *much* bigger – 6ft 9in at the shoulder and 1400lbs in freedom units (2.1m, 635kg)

MeYouWantToSee

I love it when Reddit pulls the wrong image from the link.

petaflopbopper

*”The fact is that camels are far more intelligent than dolphins. They are so much brighter that they soon realised that the most prudent thing any intelligent animal can do, if it would prefer its descendants not to spend a lot of time on a slab with electrodes clamped to their brains or sticking mines on the bottom of ships or being patronized rigid by zoologists, is to make bloody certain humans don’t find out about it. So they long ago plumped for a lifestyle that, in return for a certain amount of porterage and being prodded with sticks, allowed them adequate food and grooming and the chance to spit in a human’s eye and get away with it.”* Terry Pratchett, Pyramids

zorrorosso

So you are telling me moose are just worse camels?

RolfDasWalross