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Llamas are members of the Camelid (Camel) family and live to be approximately 20 years old.

Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals between 4,000–5,000 years ago by Indians in the Peruvian highlands.

Llamas are vegetarians and have efficient digestive systems that also have a three compartment stomach. They chew their cud like cattle and sheep.

Llamas have excellent survival skills and their thick coats help them to thrive in extreme climates.

Llamas are very intelligent animals and learn quickly that makes them easy to train.

Llamas weigh 127-204kg (280-450lbs) and can carry about a quarter of their body weight, so a 181kg (400lbs) male llama can carry about 45kg (100lbs) on a trek of 16–19km (10–12 miles) with no problem.

Llamas are social animals and prefer to live with other llamas or herd animals.

Llamas are incredibly clean animals. Llama’s droppings are similar to that of a deer and are virtually odourless. Their droppings also make excellent fertilizer.

The weight of a mature Llama can range from 113–227kg (250–500lbs).

The Llama has a uniquely adapted foot that allows them to travel a variety of terrain. The foot is two-toed with a leathery pad on the bottom and curved nails.

Llamas don’t bite. They spit when they’re agitated but that’s mostly at each other.

Female Llamas produce one offspring after a gestation period of 350 days. A single offspring is referred to as a Cria. The average birth weight of a newborn is between 8–16kg (18–35lbs). They are weaned around six months of age.

Llamas have a keen sense of hearing, smell and sight.

The coat of a Llama may be one of several colours including white, black, grey, beige, brown or red. The coat may be solid, spotted or display various markings and patterns.

Llamas communicate through a humming noise. They also use a number of ear, tail and body movements to communicate. They make a shrill noise when sending an alarm call.

Since Llamas have a calm nature they are good animals to have around children.

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