The image shows a very large, robust animal, called elephant, seen from profile, oriented towards the left side.
The mammal, rendered in full relief, has a square body, weighing about a ton, with wide, thin ears and positioned as two fans on each side of the massive head, long ivory fangs and arched upwards, which frame the elongated and cylindrical trunk, lowered above the level of the front knees.
The elephant’s trunk is an essential organ, made up of muscles, used for olfactory, movement and nourishment.
The abdomen is voluminous, supported on short and thick legs, and finished with a thin and long tail.
Next to the elephant, on the left side, is a man, as a landmark to determine its true proportions.