Show: Llamas, Alpacas, Vicunas, Camels, & Guanacos (Camalids)

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I visited the Alpaca farm down the road. Cool creatures, their faces are so expressive.

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Rudy

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This one's from the San Francisco zoo...
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Way cool & thanks for posting this! :smile:
On a side note, I purchased some Alpaca clothing as Christmas gifts to my niece & nephew (along with their mom & dad too) :smile:
 

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Jack our old llama. Now living down the road with Mona.

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Jack our old llama. Now living down the road with Mona.

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Just curious - is it normal to just have llamas in the area where you reside? :)
 
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We have a small crowd of them living in the Longview city limits! A surprising spot.
They pay close attention to passersby esp. when a dog is walking past.
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I was not sure where to post these so @BosseBe suggested I should start a new thread to show off these rather under appreciated animals.

The pics were taken this morning (6th July 2019) at a farm west of Red Deer where we had the opportunity to photograph the Llamas before they are shorn of their woolen coat. The owners are awaiting a couple of nice days to allow the wool to dry out before it gets shorn.

The Llamas are all female and were very friendly and posed for a few minutes and then off to the other side of the pasture and some peace and quiet.

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What, no guanaco?
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p.s. think I found my next avatar. Thanks background dude! :)
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