Camelidae

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Synonyms for Camelidae

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Camelid pastoralism and the emergence of Tiwanaku civilization in the South-Central Andes.
International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, South American Camelids Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland.
The theme of the conference is 'Challenges Facing Camelids in a Changing World'.
Camelid immunoglobulins and their importance for the newborn: a review.
The Alpaca (Vicugna pacos) is a domesticated species of South American camelid.
In addition, the company is a world leader in the development of novel camelid antibody products to provide unique avenues of progress and improvement in assay methods and monitoring capabilities for physicians, patients and researchers, initially for food chain protection applications.
THE llama (Lama glama) is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack animal by the Incas and other natives of the Andes mountains.
Alpacas and llamas are members of the camelid family.
But it wasn't until Safley discovered alpacas that he got the camelid itch, giving up a real estate career to start Northwest Alpacas in 1984.
Next, the cotton or camelid fibers were spun and plied (in a combination of directions) before being dyed.
The British Veterinary Camelid Society has previously criticised the keeping of llamas even in zoos and pets corners, let alone as pets.
Described as a "huggable investment," alpacas, the camelid cousins to llamas, may be just the ticket.
All three are named after the infamous Krays and now Charlie's owners have decided the only course of action is to castrate the unfortunate camelid.
An organisation for fans of llamas and camels - The British Camelid Association - insists the much-maligned beasts are really gentle creatures that have the ability to relieve anxiety and are ideal stress-busters.
Nicknamed the "Ship of the Andes," the llama is used as a beast of burden to this day by Aymara and Quechua Indians in the lofty altiplano of Peru, Bolivia and Chile, but now the adapatable camelid also runs in "Llamathons," long-distance mountain races in which pack llamas, accompanied by human runners, carry fifty pound loads on their backs.