Hairy and unique llamas, soft and friendly, often equated with their cousin, the alpaca. Both belong to the camelidae (camelid) family, which also includes camels, guanako and vikuna.
Originating from the mountainous regions of South America, llamas were first imported into the US in the late 1800s.
Llama ears are longer in shape resembling a banana. In addition, Llama’s body size is bigger and taller compared to Alpaca. Adult llamas can reach 120 cm tall with a weight of 113 kg.