About the History of Llamas

The Andes Mountains is where Llamas are originally from. They helped the locals carry heavy loads of goods like food, tools and other important items for trade.

about llamas

Llamas are the camels cousins. They came from the Central Plains of the USA & Canada a long time ago, the llamas went on a road trip to Mexico & SA around not as many years ago. Its cousin, the camel , moved to Asia and other places in the world. The end of the Ice Age 10,000 to 12,000 years ago marked the death of the camels in North America. While primarily a waste for farmers, llamas also gave them meat,, wool, hides for shelter, manure pellets for fuel, and became sacrificial offerings to their gods. Today there are an estimated 7 million llamas and alpacas in South America. Llamas have international appeal, with countries such as New Zealand augmenting their fiber industry with llama and alpaca wool. As in ancient times, the llama today is important to the agricultural economy of the remote highlands of Argentina, Bolivia, Chili and Peru. In North America the llama and alpaca industry is recognized as a viable agriculture entity.Llamas were bred for kindness and gentleness. They are one of the world,s best hiking buddies.
Llamas Dancing to the Numa Numa Song

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