Photo courtesy of the Wildlife Conservation Society

Today the Bronx Zoo is officially welcoming a dromedary camel calf, the first camel born at Bronx Zoo since 1982. The little guy weighed approximately 80 pounds when he was born on March 16th, and could grow to be over 1,500 pounds as an adult! These kinds of camels have one hump, distinguishing them from the two-humped cousin bactrian camel.

The dromedary camel is native to Northern Africa and Arabic regions of Asia, and is now on roaming around in the zoo's Wild Asia exhibit, along with 11 others (though this is the only white one, as camels are typically tan... or, you know, camel colored).

At press time it's unclear if he has a name, but might we suggest TreyJeff?