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What are the differences between llamas and alpacas?

What are the differences between llamas and alpacas?

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Carice Snow

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Answered Oct 31, 2018

Llamas and alpacas may look the same in the beginning but the more that you look at them, the more that you will realize that they are different from each other. The Llama is known to be bigger than the alpaca. You can also see some obvious differences with their ears. One thing is for sure though, they are both very cute.

Llamas and alpacas may look the same in the beginning but the more that you look at them, the more
Some people who see them for the first time usually fall in love with their appearance and their innate cuteness. If you want to interact with either, you can choose Llamas as they are known to be friendlier than the alpacas. They are much calmer too.

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T. Perez

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Answered May 10, 2018

Llamas have long banana-molded ears while alpacas have shorter lance formed ears. there truly are a considerable measure of contrasts amongst llamas and alpacas. The llama is generally double the measure of the alpaca. ... They have been utilized as guard animals for alpacas Llamas and alpacas are the two individuals from the camelid family and have similitudes in appearance, conduct and different attributes. Both are among the gathering of just five new world types of animals to have been trained.

llamas have long banana-molded ears while alpacas have shorter lance formed ears. there truly are a
The others are ducks, turkeys and guinea pigs. The other two kinds of new world camelids, the guanaco and the vicuna have not been effectively trained. Llamas are significantly bigger than alpacas. Grown-up llamas normally measure 300 to 400 lbs. what's more, most grown-up alpacas measure 150 to 200 lbs. A llama's head is proportionately longer with longer curved ears, in some cases called banana ears.

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