Adopt a Llama

The llama is a relative of the camel, though it does not have a hump. In the wild, llamas can be found in several South American nations and live in groups or herds of about 20 and are defended by the male. Both males and females can exhibit aggressive behavior in the form of spitting which they use to enforce social rank within the herd. Males will challenge each other continuously and fight for social dominance. Llamas feed on low shrubs, lichens and other plants that grow high in the mountains. The moisture that they get from eating green plants enables them to live without water for weeks at a time. Adopt a llama today!

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