A study was carried out in Butana Region, which is considered as one of camel production regions in the Sudan. the book is containing five chapters, all conculded in the following: In desert and semi-desert zones, camel rearing is important cultural fact. the majority of camel living in those areas, where feeding resources are generally scattered and poor. the determination of the wide type of trace element could be beneficial for a better understanding of the specific physiological of camel in desert conditions. the main three elements in camel tissues where commonly determined in countries where camel play important role in livestock economy. The present data could contribute to understand the trace mineral status in camel and their wide pasture. trace and minor level differ in camel tissues as the result of surrounding environment and animal absorption of these elements. from both clinical and biochemical point of view, trace mineral status in camel is scarce. normal range and deficiency status are described in numerous cases.