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When I walk in the spot, This is what I see ,Everybody stops, And they're staring at me... I'm sexy and I know it

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Oh my... That's not something you see everyday.

If I wasnt so scarred by being spit in the face by a one eyed llama named Irving as a child I think Id own a few of these :D rofl!

This little girl is sooo cute. Reminds me of Edna Mode from the animated movie "The Incredibles" Haha!

Duck Billed Platypus The unusual appearance of this egg-laying, venomous, duck-billed, beaver-tailed, otter-footed mammal baffled European naturalists when they first encountered it, with some considering it an elaborate fraud. It is one of the few venomous mammals, the male platypus having a spur on the hind foot that delivers a venom capable of causing severe pain to humans.

ALPACA: Multiple benefits...profitable without butchering, luxurious fur, small, poop in the same spot, smart and trainable, and they hummmmm. Google It!

Llamas! These suckers can be meat! Two were protecting sheep on the family (near San Antonio, TX) farm, and protect they did! Don't let those long ashes fool you, they're not cuddly critters!

Llamas! I don't know why, but I love them! And alpacas.

Camel calf. A female camel carries a single young for about 13 months before giving birth. The calf's eyes are open at birth, and a thick, woolly coat covers its body. The calf can run when it is only a few hours old, and it calls to its mother with a soft "baa" somewhat like that of a lamb. The young camel and its mother live together for several years unless they are forcibly kept apart.