Desert animal Camel side view with desert and sky background vector illustration


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Desert animal Camel side view with desert and sky background vector illustration.

This vector resource includes the following elements:

African,Animal,Arabian,Calm,Camel,Desert,Dromedary,Ears,Hot,Hot weather,Hump,Humped,One,Tail,Weather


This vector contains the following main colors: Hampton,Orange Peel,Celeste,Sunglow


    African Animal Arabian Calm Camel Desert Dromedary Ears Hot Hot weather Hump Humped One Tail Weather Hampton Orange Peel Celeste Sunglow

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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

Desert wiki:
eography">geography, a desert is a landscape form or region that receives little precipitation - less than 250 mm per year. Deserts have a reputation for supporting very little life. Compared to wetter regions this may be true, although upon closer examination, deserts often harbor a wealth of life that usually remains hidden (especially during the daylight) to preserve moisture. Approximately one-third of Earth's land surface is desert. (See a map of the world's non-polar deserts, See more at

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