Llamas By Collin McGrath

Llamas are very interesting creatures. They resemble camels, except they do not have humps and they are covered with fur. Also, llamas are native to South America and were used by the Aztecs and the Incas to move things from place to place. Also, llamas have two toes instead of hooves, which help them maneuver the rocky terrain of South America.

Llama owners can also participate in llama and alpaca shows, like the Virginia Classic. Llamas and alpacas are shown similar to the way horses and sheep are shown. The judges will check the llama/alpaca's teeth, fiber (fur), and cooperation. There also shows for obstacle courses.

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