Llama
American Black Bear

About

The llama is a domesticated South American camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since pre-Hispanic times.

Fun Facts

A male llama is called as a sire, the female is referred to as a dam, and cria is the name given to a baby llama. The Inca Indians of South America considered them as their lifeline as llamas were the only means of livelihood for them. The fibers of llamas are fireproof.

Conservation Status

Least Concern

Annual Cost of Care

The cost to care for this animal per year is $600.

Through our Adopt a Species program, you have an opportunity to provide for this animal’s needs by paying for the annual cost of care. Check out our Donate page for other ways you can give!

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