Allocamelus

In heraldry, the Allocamelus (AKA Ass-Camel) was the depiction of a mythical creature with the head of a donkey and the body of a camel; it is the legendary representation of the llama. It was first used as a crest for the English Eastland Company, and later by the Russia Company. ...
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Allocamelus

In heraldry, the allocamelus is a device representing a mythical creature which is part camel and part ass. The device was first borne on the arms of the Eastland Company, and later in the 19th century by the Russia Company.
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