No, it is a mammal.
An alpaca is an endothermic animal because it is a mammal. Alpacas are related to the camel, but have longer hair.
Alpaca or a Llama
I think its called an "alpaca"
They bear live young, nurse their young, and use lungs to breathe.
The animal may be either an Alpaca or a Llama. Bother are very similar, but the alpaca tends to have a longer, wavier, thicker coat.
Some mammals that start with the letter A are:aardvarkalpacaantelopearmadilloass
Some mammals include: aardvark alpaca anteater ape armadillo
Aardvark, alpaca, anteater, antelope, ape, armadillo and Airedale terrier are mammals. They begin with the letter a.
A vicuna is a South American hoofed mammal, Latin name Vicugna vicugna, closely related to the alpaca and llama.
(1) Yes. The meat of all mammals can be eaten if properly prepared. (2) Yes. An alpaca is a mammal, and it can be eaten if prepared properly. It used to be considered a delicacy in South America until recently.(3) Any meat can be eaten, but since the alpaca gene pool is getting increasingly smaller, you will not see any alpaca meat on the legal market. (4) Alpaca meat can indeed be eaten. The alpaca has an increasingly small gene pool, so it is not likely you shall ever eat it. Alpacas are prized for their wool, and are not considered a meat animal. Alpaca meat can be eaten
The plural of alpaca can be either alpacas or remain as alpaca.
possum badger quokka - an Australian marsupial dugong - marine mammal jaguar - African land mammal baboon gibbon ?? i think alpaca - related to the llama gazelle - African?? antelope-type mammal wombat - another Australian mammal numbat - Australian ermine - like a weasel (which is another) weasel That's all I've got for now. . cya
a breed of alpaca
No, an alpaca is not a marsupial.
Male alpaca- Male Female alpaca - hembra Group- herd