What is the llamas population?
The llama population is the population of llamas.
The Peruvian ecosystem that exists where wild llamas live would be disrupted. With no llamas to feed on the plants that live there, the plant community would suffer. As would those predators that hunt llamas for food. The people who rely on llamas for transportation would be forced to rely on other animals that are less reliable on rocky terrain like that found in the Andes. Thus these people's survivability and ability to cope and…
Llamas are different to horses because llamas have thick coats of fur, while horses only have a main on their neck. Llamas spit up to 10 feet, while horses do not spit at all. There are shoes for horses, but not for llamas. They are completely different to horses. Llamas are much more closely related to camels than horses, sharing the Family group of Camelidae