An animal is a living organism. All animals have to eat, sleep and breathe to live. Fish, birds, dogs and humans are all animals.
Scientific name: camelus bactrianus
The bactrian camel is different to the dromedary camel because it has two humps instead of one. There are a lot less bactrian camels, and there are very few wild ones left.
Brussels is the capital of Belgium. It has a population of around 1.8 million.
Scientific name: Dromedary: camelus dromedarius
Camels are a large animal that is very well adapted for hot, dry weather. They can survive longer without water than any other animal. Camels have a big, fatty hump on their backs that stores food for times when they can't find enough to eat. They are taller than an adult man and are used to ride on or to pull carts. There are two types of camel, dromedary camels like in the picture that only have one hump, and the bactrian which has two. There are a lot more dromedaries than bactrians in the world. Camels are related to llamas and alpacas.
A channel is a waterway, or a path that has been worn by water. Channels can be so large you can't see the other side, or quite small, like a gutter by the side of a road. The picture is of a channel that has been worn into the rock by the waves of the sea.
Enamelling is a technique involving melting coloured glass onto a surface by heating it at a very high temperature in a kiln. Enamal is used to decorate jewellery, vases and to put a coloured layer on common items like saucepans.
Scientific name: foeniculum vulgare
Fennel is a plant related to dill and anise. It has a flavour similar to anise but not as strong. The leaves and seeds can be used in cooking as a garnish or flavour, and the bulb at the base of the plant can be cooked as a vegetable.
Flannel is a soft, thick fabric usually made from cotton or wool. Flannel has a fuzzy texture that makes it very comfortable to wear.
A funnel is a tube with a wide opening at one end and a narrow opening at the other. Funnels are usually cone-shaped. Funnels are used for pouring liquids into containers with a small opening, like jars or bottles, so you don't spill anything.