guanaco

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Synonyms for guanaco

wild llama

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En el caso de los guanacos se observo un morfotipo de gran tamano, con una distribucion biogeografica asociada directamente al valle, a decir, por las firmas isotopicas de todas las muestras analizadas (Lopez et al.
1982) y Garry (1989), en vicunas por Garcia (1988) y Van Leeuwen (1993) y en guanacos por ISIS (1999); en tanto que Concha (2009) reporta 8.
La interaccion entre ambas especies fue afectada en partes de sus distribuciones por la extirpacion del puma como consecuencia del conflicto con el ganado, la reduccion de la densidad de guanacos por la accion humana directa, y el aumento de la prevalencia de especies introducidas (Novaro y Walker, 2005; Zanon et al.
Description : The guanaco is the largest of the South American camelids, has a size ranging from 1.
No leucistic or albinistic individual was reported in the first national census of guanacos in 2006, which summarized current knowledge of the size and distribution of populations in northwestern Argentina (Baigiin et al.
Incluso se han obtenido hibridos viables entre guanacos y dromedarios mediante inseminacion artificial (Skidmore et al.
The guanacos help keep badgers and foxes away from nesting birds on the land, and are also a big draw for ramblers.
Four camelid species populate the Andean highlands: the wild vicuna and guanaco and the domesticated llama and alpaca.
Herds of guanaco were so numerous that the wildebeest herds of Africa pale in comparison, and they shared the arid landscape with horses that had evolved on the continent and with vast numbers of flightless birds such as the rhea.
The Colfs originally intended to make the ranch a place where pack animals from around the world could live, but Steve soon learned that camelids - such as alpacas, vicuna, llamas and guanacos - don't get along with bovines such as cows and yaks.
The other group migrated into South America, where it survives today as wild guanacos and vicunas and domesticated llamas and alpacas.
Domestic llamas are native to South America and descended from wild guanacos which were domesticated more than 6,000 years ago.
A tourism lodge will also be built on the reserve, which is home to hundreds of guanacos (wild llama) -- prey for its resident puma and her cubs.
ONE MINUTE, GREEN INVESTOR JOHN FORGACH WAS WATCHING Argentine businessmen pitch their plan to rear guanacos, Ilama-like Andean animals whose coats, they claim, make cashmere feel like nylon.
Pero los guias afirman que crece el interes en la Patagonia debido a sus asombrosos paisajes y la oportunidad de admirar los guanacos (arriba).