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Transcript of Llama.
The llamas scientific name is a llama glama. The llama glama. Scientific Name: Lama Glama
Size: 1.7-1.8m (5.5-6ft)
Weight: 130-204kg (280-450lbs)
Top Speed: 45km/h (28mph)
Life Span: 15-20 years
Conservation Status: Least Concern.
Four other animals that live in the same area as the llama are; sheep,mountain goats, camels, and alpacas.
People use llamas for all types of things. One, people use them to travel up the Andes mountains. Two, humans use their wool as leather. And three, llama exerement is dried and burned into fuel.
By: Brooke Titov.
You would find the llama in the mountains region. The mountains are in Australia, in the Andes mountains. Two biotic and abiotic factors are; biotic: trees and plants. And the abiotic: rocks and rain.
Biotic Limiting Factor.
Abiotic Limiting Factors.
If the llama population was high, and there was no predator of the llama what-so-ever, their resources would start to decrease. If their resources decrease, some llamas might get disease and weak and eventually die on its own. With the mountain lion though, as its predator, their population is kept in balance.
If there were a huge number of llamas living in the same area, eventually their water resource would decrease. If the llamas didn't have enough water, the sun would impact the llama and it would get weak.
The llama is a special species. It has thick wooly fur to keep it warm in the mountains, ball like bottoms of feet for climbing mountains, and their blood also takes up oxygen at high altitudes.
The llama population is common. Although they would become extinct if they run out or lose their water resource because llamas already have low oxygen.