National Geographic : 1914 Jan
AT THIE CLOSE OF DAY: A MEHARI AND HIS OWNERS AT REST Photo byLehnert and Landrock "Mehara (racing camels) are usually fawn-colored, with soft, intelligent eyes. They have pointed ears like gazelles. Their chests are very well developed, and they have a small girth almost like that of a greyhound. Their slender legs bulge with muscles ashard as steel" (see text, page 79).