(Lama glama)


The llama is a South American relative of the camel, though the llama does not have a hump.

Llamas graze on grass and, like cows, regurgitate their food and chew it as cud. They chomp on such wads for some time before swallowing them for complete digestion. Llamas can survive by eating many kinds of plants, and they need little water. These attributes make them durable and dependable even in harsh conditions.

Information collected from https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/l/llama/

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