The image shows, from profile, a mammal out of the desert climate, resistant to extremely high temperatures, named camel, oriented to the left.
The camel is a large, tall animal with a body characterized by at least one hump on the back, at the top, in the form of a ridge or domed mound on the outside.
The neck is long and slightly arched, with a square head, narrowed towards the prominent nostrils at the tip, under which is the lowered mouth, and the ears are small, rounded and raised, positioned on the side.
The four legs are long and narrow, supporting a sturdy body, which ends with a tail also long.
The hump plays an essential role in adapting this mammal to arid, very hot areas, as it stores enough water to hydrate the camel for a long time in the desert.