Thesaurus / llama
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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She walked up the stairs and into the Quadruped Room, which included a moose, llama, bear, bison, prong-horned antelope, hyena, and a jackal.

Another llama, missing its head and possibly moved from another location, had been placed under the floor of a smaller building.

Mummified llamas stashed at a more than 500-year-old site on Peru’s southern coast offer the first direct glimpse of Inca ritual sacrifices of these animals.

To interrupt the infection in the nose, some scientists are turning to specialized immune proteins found in camels, llamas and alpacas.

Since leaving the racing scene, Doom has made a name for himself by piecing together creative multi-day routes around the world that require mountain bikes, pack rafts, and the occasional llama.

He reported that there was a path leading out of the canyon up to the llama pastures on the lower slopes of the mountains.

Inca LandHiram Bingham

The alpaco is a domesticated animal, like the llama, but it is not used for carrying burdens.

He had studied Eastern religions, and claimed to have been initiated as a llama of Tibet.

Those of the Giraffe and Llama (fig. 103) are noticeable for their great length.

The Vertebrate SkeletonSidney H. Reynolds

The llama and kindred species—the guanaco, vicua, and alpaca—are characteristic of the Andes.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.