Camels are herbivores, which means they eat plants or vegetation.
Camels are specially adapted to live in the desert, where vegetation is scarce. What does grow in the desert can be prickly and tough due to the lack of water. Camels have leathery mouths which allow them to eat thorny twigs, as well as leaves, stems, shoots and fruit.
Their mouths aren’t the only part that is especially adapted to desert living.
If you would like to know more about camels, please see the link below.
More interesting camel facts from I Love Animals
Their mouths are so tough, they can even eat cacti!
Animals usually eat the same type of food all through the day. They don’t have different meals like we do.
In the case of giraffes, they usually eat twigs, leaves and fruit from trees which they can easily reach with their long necks.
For more information on giraffe feeding, click on this link.
If you would like to have breakfast with a giraffe, please see the below video of Giraffe Manor.
For a more general video on what giraffes eat, please see below.
For more reading on what animals eat, please see the below book(links to Amazon).