Animatronic Titanotylopus sculpture made from MCSDINO. In the prehistoric period, a giant camel strode forward in the desert, wide toes to prevent the feet from sinking into the sand. Although similar in appearance to today's dromedaries, this is very suitable as a desert-themed exhibit, giant camels straightened their long and sturdy necks. Looking out at travelers. Like dromedaries, giant llamas have a hump to store fat, but their relationship may be closer to that of alpacas in South America. Titanotylopus lived in the United States from the late Miocene to the Pleistocene.