Llamas :: Shared Description

A Llama is a mammal of the Camelidae family. It is from South America, the Andes Mountains of Peru and Ecuador.
The llama was domesticated about 5000 years ago. It was and is used for carrying things, and for wool. The llama was very important for the Incan people. Even today, llamas are used for similar reasons, but will more commonly be found to be domesticated pets. The llama's close relative is the alpaca, who is a more demure, petite animal in comparison to the llama.
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by Paul Gillett
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6 images use this description:

SP3951 : Llamas and alpacas by Tiger
TR1056 : Llamas, Chartham Hatch by N Chadwick
TR0844 : Llama, Cold Blow by N Chadwick
TQ3148 : I see Llamas by N Chadwick
SX8667 : Llamas by N Chadwick
SE1864 : Taking the Llamas for a walk by Paul Gillett


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Created: Mon, 30 Nov 2009, Updated: Mon, 30 Nov 2009

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