Llama pictures taken at the Southwick Zoo.
Species: Llamas are a domesticated version of their wild counterpart, the Guanaco!
Lifespan: Llamas live to be 20-25 years old.
Size & Weight: Llamas weight 280-450 lbs and are 6ft tall when measuring to the top of their head!
Habitat: Lllamas are domesticated animals and are kept on farms and ranges all over the world! Many people use llamas for their ability to carry and because they provide wool.
Diet: Many people feed llamas hay, but they will also eat grass and leaves.
Family Life: Lllamas are herd animals and like be together. Because they are domestic, breeding is often forced or highly manipulated by people.
If angry, Llamas will spit at eachother!
Female Llamas give birth while standing!