camel head with pyramids background


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camel head with pyramids background.

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This vector contains the following main colors: Whiskey,Pine Glade,Gurkha,Celeste,Buccaneer


    Sky Red Africa Sand Heat Camel Pyramids Whiskey Pine Glade Gurkha Celeste Buccaneer

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Sky wiki:
>For other uses, see Sky (disambiguation). The sky is (roughly) that part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of the earth (or any other planet; see Skies of other planets).). Birds, airplanes, and kites are often considered to fly in the sky. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight the sky has the appearance of an opaque blue surface, but this is the result of the air refracting sunlight. There is no "blue object" above the earth in any normal sense, so it is hard to say what object the sky is. The sky is thus sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars. But if we then say that the sky is the entire visible universe, it would not be the same thing we see during the day. See more at

Camel wiki:
>For other uses, see Camel (disambiguation). Camelus bactrianus Camelus dromedarius A camel is either of the two species of large even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus, the Dromedary (Single hump) and the Bactrian Camel (Double hump). Both are native to the dry and desert areas of Asia and northern Africa. The name camel comes via the Greek kamelos, the Arabic jamal or the Hebrew gamal, "camel". See more at

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