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Llama vs alpaca. A handy chart for identifying llamas & alpacas. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of the story collection about Inca life in the Peruvian Andes today "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu." (Thrums Books, Colorado, 2013.) Website incas.org.

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The First Thing a Guy Notices About You

what men notice about women. I agree with 1&2, but I think the rest are inaccurate. Then again, I'm not a man.

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Fact: Alpacas - World's Cutest, Friendliest lawnmowers! (Best Fur for sweaters!) ~WTF awesome & fun facts!

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Alpacas guarding turkey farms - WTF fun facts

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Machu Picchu and llamas go together like cake and ice cream. Read some llama facts on our blog at andllamas.com

Facts About Queen Elizabeth ll

The Queen knows more about what really goes on in the world than anyone else. 'A few questions if you will your Majesty!'

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The llama is a domestic herd animal and is a member of the camelid family. Other members of this family are the alpaca and the wild guanaco and wild vicuna.

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Andean Llama Facts, Books, and More

Learn all about llamas from the Andes Mountains! Llama facts, children's books, photos, a celebration, and more: perfect for a South America unit.

Llamas, Llama Pictures, Llama Facts

The llama is a South American relative of the camel, though the llama does not have a hump. Typically, they are saddled with loads of 50 to 75 pounds. Under such weight they can cover up to 20 miles in a single day! Cute faces!

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