Camlette eggs are very soft, much like the fur of the hatched creature itself. A rare type of herb also grows on Camelette eggs that is, unsurprisingly, called "Camlette grass." Today, this herb is the signature flavor of desert and northern cuisine.
Harvesting large amounts of Camelette grass at once, down to the egg shell itself, does not harm the creature's development in any way.
Camlettes are a very kind and generous desert animal. Unlike the Lemac, Camelettes are completely incapable of carrying heavy loads and transporting goods over big distances. Their back muscles and bone structure cannot support the weight beyond a single person.
For this reason, Camlettes are kept as pets for casual riding; they have little commercial utility to the desert way of life.