In "Denial," the International Response Team headed to Cairo, Egypt when an ex-U.S. serviceman of Egyptian-American descent was killed in a gas attack and his best friend was abducted.
In "Denial," we learned:
- There are two chief kinds of camels: the Arabian camel, also called a dromedary, which has one hump, and the Bactrian camel, which has two humps.
- Camels don’t actually hold water in their humps. They are reservoirs of fatty tissue. When metabolized, the fatty tissue produces water.