The Peruvian Coat of Arms is shaped like a shield shield, consisting of three elements:
First, the top left section shows the vicuña, the national animal, on a light-blue field. This is meant to represent the fauna of Peru
Moreover, the top right section has a tree, the cinchona tree (the source of quinine, a powerful anti-malarial drug and the key flavor in tonic water), on a white background. This panel represents the national flora.
Finally, the bottom features a cornucopia with coins spilling from it, on a red field. This last section represents the mineral resources of the country.