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Llamas

By Helene, Raphael and Nora
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Nora Helland

on 14 October 2013

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Transcript of Llamas

llamas today:
http://www.llama.org/do_llama.htm
Basic Facts:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llama
Random facts:
http://www.findfast.org/facts-about-llamas.htm

Behavior
Basic facts
Curious

1.7-1.8 meters(5.5-6.0 ft)
130-200 kg(280-450 lb)
20-30 years
live in South America
Where they live :
South America
Bottled-fed, over-socialized and over-handled llamas when young
Spit
Andes Mountains
Kick
Neck wrestle
Llama's today
Social
Citations
Nutrition:
Grass, leaves, young roots
Small amount of water
Social life
In packs
Humans
LLAMAS
By Helene, Raphael and Nora
Llama shows
Llama fur
Transport
Pack llama
Crias
Society:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llama
Random Facts:
http://www.hdwallpapersart.com/banana-pictures.html
Cria:
http://www.acuteaday.com/blog/tag/baby-llama/

RANDOM FACTS:
http://diaryofanutritionist.com/2010/01/21/milk-fit-for-the-cow-calf/

http://www.sapavecoranch.com/silkybredfemales.html
http:twomenandalittlefarm.blogspot.be/2012/04/baby-llama-random-farm-cuteness.html

http://www.grobernutrition.com/calf-milk-replacers/all-calf-milk-replacers/equalizer/

http://www.northumpquafarms.com/malesale.htm

http://wallpaper.imcphoto.net/bull-wallpaper.html

http://lusaorganics.typepad.com/clean/2013/01/waldorf-doll-re-do.html

http://www.etsy.com/market/llama_fur?ref=listing_tag

Where they live:

http://animalstown.com/animals/l/llama/wallpapers/lama-wallpaper-2.jpg

Guard behavior

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Photos
Information
Cria comes from spanish
Crias can way 9-14 kg(20-39 lb)
They are born around the females for protection
Llama milk is healthier than cow and goat milk

Llama milk is low on fat and salt
and high on phosphorus and calcium
Random Facts
History of the llama
Llamas had a big part in the Inca empire
They also played a big part in the spanish empire
People used their fur for all sorts of things
Children
Petting
Mood communication
Ear postures
Tail
Body
Thank you for listening
Helene:Basic facts, crias, history of llamas and llamas today
Nora: social, random facts, behavior and
Raphaelle: Where they live, society, nutrition and how the helpes humans it the past
Guard behavior
Keep the sheep safe from coyotes
Llamas Where they live:

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/llama/
Nutrition:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llama#Nutrition
Guard behavior:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llama#Guard_behavior
How they helped people in the past:

http://a-z-animals.com/animals/llama/
Peru
Mountainous deserts and grasslands
How they helped humans in the past
Ancient Inca people
Kept as a pack animal
Characteristics
Full body at 4
Herbivore
Tan, Brown, White, Black
Run up to 45 km per hour
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