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Did you know?
- Llamas were domesticated in South America. Their wild ancestor is the guanaco.
- Llama’s are very social animals and can be raised among other species. Some farmers even use a single male “guard llama” to protect their flock of sheep or goats from predators such as coyotes.
- Lamas were originally used as pack animals. They can carry loads weighing 25% of their body weight. Llamas are also raised for meat and wool. Llama wool, unlike that of a sheep, doesn’t contain a waxy substance called lanolin.
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