Llamas, closely related to alpacas, are commonly found in mountainous areas and are widely used as pack animals.
Llamas, closely related to alpacas, are commonly found in mountainous areas and are widely used as pack animals.
A wild Giant Panda wouldn't have any chance to interact with a wild Llama since their habitats are in completely different parts of the world. The only way that they would meet, is if they were in captivity, such as in a zoo or other animal park setting. If both species were in close contact in some type of zoo, it would be the responsibility of their keepers to make sure that both animals were… Read More
No, they are part of a different family
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shelter, shade, water, food such as Mazuri or Munster llama pellets*. *please don't give them horse or any other kind of animal food except grass, hay leaves etc.
Llama day is December 9
A Llama baby is called a cria.
Once they move to the mountains they adapt to their surroundings, food, climate, etc. They adapt to the area, so that's how they live in the mountains.
In hilly places like Tibet and Ladakh
llamas travel about thirty miles in the day and about three miles at night so overall alot of miles
About twenty years a night then in the day for about ten days. So overall thirty five minutes. No they sleep ten to forty years a night then at day about two decades so about five minutes an hour:D
¿Cómo te llamas? is usually translated as "what is your name?", but literally means "how do you call yourself".
Twice as fast as half its speed.
In most cases, you are going to need a license to own llamas or alpacas in Ontario. If you are in a very rural area, it may not be necessary. You need to contact your local government office to see if one is needed.
a llama farm is a place where people breed and look after llamas!
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Llamas are multicellular organisms.
The height of a mature llama will average 5-6' at the poll. Height at the withers (shoulder blades) will average 43-50" and the body weight of a physically fit llama will range between 250 and 400 pounds.
Yes. Notification is not required for protection.
Sexual reproduction. Male llama mates with female llama to get a baby llama or cria. That's the only way.
Se llama His name is/Her name is/its name is He/she/it - is called, would be the direct translation. his name is
A grazer; its diet consists of almost all perennial grasses.
The Llama's Niche is herbivore.
That would be spanish for "her name is?" "Ella se llama" means she is called. It's like if I said, "I am called Susie." True. However yours is a direct translation, mine is the more commonly used form of the phrase. In spanish class como te llama? was "what is your name?" though in direct translation it is "what are you called?"
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It means what is your name
Yes! And especially if you happen to be a shepherd. Sheep and goats just naturally follow them, probably because they have that long neck with which to spot danger from afar. According to the first website I've listed below in the related link section, a llama will only cost about $300.00 (US) per year, if you have 'good pasture'. Warning: Llamas ARE NOT indoor pets, and will NOT fetch your slippers(!) -See the link below… Read More
The Latin name for the llama is Lama Glama. Llamas are even-toed ungulates and artiodactylites (not sure about the spelling of that one).
Llamas are naturally spiteful creatures. Don't wrong them or they will feel a need for revenge. An easy way to calm one when it is most spiteful is by giving it a banana.
No, Llama's do not have any type of horns
Llamas are mammals; all mammals pass urine.
they eat flies i don't know y they die
A fat one cuz turkeys are fat, u need one thats bigger than a microwave cuz the turkey is bigger than a microwave cuz its lard (fat/bacon)
I actually have llamas so I know what they do when they get mad. For one thing they spit, another thing is they WILL chase you. I use them to scare away coyotes.
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Yes, a llama is awesome.
Yes llamas are herbivores.
llamas eat hay and grass. They also like grains and alfalfa. Alfalfa would have to be the most loved by Llamas.
That is very possible, but only Theodore Roosevelt knows. No one has taken note of that.
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Llamas are mammals and give live birth, just as humans do. No, Llamas do not lay eggs, they are mammals and give birth to live young. No they are mammals and give live birth.
YES! And though artificial insemination, they can even crossbreed with a camel! Look up "Cama"
They mostly raise llamas for their wool or just because they want a cute, gentle, loving animals as a pet.
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I do not recommend eating a llama. That would be like eating your dog.
no actuly its predators are cougars
The name for a baby llama is called a "cria", which originally comes from the spanish. But the SCIENTIFIC name for a baby llama is a "lama glama".
If a person traveled to the South American Plains, the Andes Mountains, or the grasslands of South America he/she is most likely to find llamas. They are usually in groups of two or more. In the year of 1564 B.C., Spanish explorers found and named this animal. It was in the Andes Mountains.
Alpaca wool has a higher micron count, meaning it is of better quality than most llama wool. Generally alpaca wool is more valuable than llama wool.
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its called a llama.
males are called sire and females are called dam
Llamas evolved in the North American Great Plains region and migrated over time to South America where they live in the wild today, mainly in Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia. However, they have been also domesticated and are often found in captivity all over the world as they can easily adapt to different habitats.They are often found on farms all over the United States and Canada. Lama's live in farms and in the wild
Yes. Llamas, like all mammals, are warm-blooded.
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Llamas can be shorn like sheep, and the wool made into yarn, felt, clothing and blankets.
Someone has to shear the llama to obtain the fiber. You can hand shear or use an electric shears.
You process it like any other wool, by washing, carding and spinning it.
Ebay is a wonderful place to sell fiber in any form. There are many art shows and flea markets that are excellent places as well.
yes llamas are good pets. they have been around for over 3000 years and work like a horse with some traits of a dog ((;
Some of the animals that eat alpacas are dogs, foxes, and wolves. In addition, large cats such as pumas prey upon alpacas.
I think its between the ages of 18- 26/27
Yes, the Andes runs right through the western backbone of the country.
The biggest advantage is speed, it enables one shearer to get through many more sheep in a day. Speed is also an advantage for the sheep, the longer they are held for shearing the more stressful it is on them.
well llamas only spit when they're angry so if the cow makes it angry i guess it could.
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In order to sell llamas, you have to visit the desired llama's page and scroll down to where a small box is underneath the main part of the page. In it will be a description box and under that is two text bars. One is for breeding requests, and the other is for selling. Change the selling box to allow bids and change the price, and your llama will be put up for sale. If… Read More
llamas are alpacas and they are a part of the camel family.
Llamas are useful animals. They have been domesticated in South America for thousands of years. They are good pack animals who can carry heavy loads. Their hair is useful for weaving and making cloth. Also, they can be eaten if necessary.
Their average body temperature is between 99 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit, which is actually warmer than that of a human.
Some of the enemies of the llamas are: Mountain lions, snow leopards, cougars, and also humans. Humans are on the list because they used to hunt them for their wool and meat. Most llamas now are kept in captivity, so they are protected from most predators. If they are attacked, the male llamas sound off a warning so that the rest of the herd can run away. Since llamas are herbivores, they don't prey on… Read More
Yes. All grazing animals need salt. They also need trace minerals. You can buy salt and mineral blocks for these animals at your local feed store.
It is the Spanish spelling of the ancient native word, "yama."
Americas - South America
About 45 feet.
Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile.
40 million years ago in the north American plains.
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yes there r some in the USA
I am pretty sure they WILL. They are extremely smart creatures and frankly, quite evil. They will probably wipe out mankind. Oh-kaaay, I am officially scared of llamas.
How long can they live up to? Well if they are in South America they can live up to 15 years and (or) they can live up to 20-30 years is the U.S. (United States) i dont know how long they can live up to for NZ (New Zealand)
Yes and I guess they give a pretty good bite.
A llama has monocular vision which means that its eyes work separately. It can look ahead with one eye and behind with the other. A llama has a blind spot directly in front of it but they can look up.
No, you cannot ride alpacas. Alpacas are quite small - and the absence of a hump would make it quite difficult to ride. It takes quite a bit of training for an alpaca to be comfortable wearing a halter - so that they can be lead. Trying to teach an alpaca to be comfortable being ridden would be a long, stressful and likely impossible task. Even if it were possible - they would definitely not… Read More
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Alpacas are found wild in the mountains in South America and they can be found on farms in Bolivia, Chile, Peru, and the USA
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There are no native words for either of these animals in any language of India, because both of these animals are native to South America and were not known in India until the early 20th Century.
The llama population is the population of llamas.
A low pitched series of barking sounds.
There is no exact data as to how many llamas are in the world. The population of llamas is most likely in the millions.
You can buy llamas in all states.
Llamas are animals. They don't "make a living" as that implies they make money. However, llamas are used as beasts of burden and their wool is made into clothing.
They use it for hats,coats,gloves , and socks