No. It is a mammal, like a marsupial is, but it lacks the pouch of a marsupial, and its young are born more fully developed. The Llama is also South American cud chewing mammal and is related to the camel.
I imagine the question is: What does the llama EAT? Well, a llama is a herbivore, a ruminant mammal that looks like a small camel without the hump, has long neck, floppy ears and a shaggy appearance. He/she will eat gramineous vegetation and other Andean vegetable cover.