Record yourself reading "The Camel":
"All animals have adaptations that help them live in their habitats. Camels are desert animals that live in Africa and Asia. To protect its eyes from sand, the camel has two rows of eyelashes. Camels can also close their noses (or nostrils) to keep the sand out! They can go weeks without food or water, so they store fat and water in their humps. At night, the desert gets very cold but don't worry, the camel doesn't! Camels have thick fur that keeps them warm. During the day, camels are hard workers and must have strong legs to carry heavy loads."
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