National Geographic : 1933 Jun
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A CAMEL IMBIBES NOT OFTEN, BUT VERY LONG In summer the Mongolian camel usually is watered every other day, but in winter, when on march, four or five days is the usual period between drinks. They can go for seven days without water. These camels have just shed their hair, and their hide is practically bare. GOATS "GO INTO A HUDDLE" FOR MILKING The animals are often tied head to head when a herd of them is to be milked. Goats' milk is a principal food of the Mongols, who make it into cheese and butter.