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By: Alexandra Miller & Emily Player Alpacas Inherited Traits are what makes an
Alpaca. Some Inherited Traits are
large teeth, height, weight,long thick fur and hove strength
Learned Behaviors are what an
Alpaca learns from its parents
or guardians. Some Learned Behaviors are eating 2-3 pounds of hay a day in captivity and when eating grass they learn not to eat vegetation roots. Innate Behaviors is an Alpacas instinct such as
sleeping, yawning, clicking and clucking, spiting,
grazing, blinking, screeching, and spitting. Fleece Facts! Alpaca fiber|fleece can be
in heavy expensive jackets. Alpacas and Llamas Pictures! Inherited Traits and Learned Behaviors Innate Behavior Alpaca Both Llama very fine single
coat of fur Twice the size eat same
vegetation very coarse outer coat over a softer inner coat Produces less fiber carefully bred for over
5000 years long ears jackets are made
out of them nice warm fur Alpaca Fleece has 22 natural shades ranging from black to light fawn. Llama fiber cannot
be used in clothing. Alpaca fiber is softer than cashmere or angora. Alpaca fleece is warmer and
weighs less than wool. Since Alpaca fleece has
no lanolin, It is easier to
process. Alpaca fleece is hypo-allergenic
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