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Enchanted with it, my brave Major; still I must confess I should not say no to a dish of llama.

Alpaca Wool is the fleece of the Peruvian sheep, which is a species of llama.

Alpaca, Vicuna and Llama wools are from different species of American goats.

The alpaca is smaller than the llama, and somewhat resembles the sheep.

On the discovery of America a llama cost as much as eighteen or twenty dollars.

The wool is shorter than that of the llama, and of the same length all over the body.

Sir Garnet was the llama goat, or sheep—she didn't know which.

He was probably a guanaco or llama, commonly known as the Peruvian sheep.

The vicuña is a more beautiful animal than either the llama or the alpaca.

It is considered by some naturalists to be a wild species of the llama.

WORD ORIGIN

woolly-haired South American ruminant, c.1600, from Spanish llama (1535), from Quechua (Peru) llama.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LLAMA

ungulate

nounhoofed animal
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