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wild or domesticated South American cud-chewing animal related to camels but smaller and lacking a hump

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They got the idea after enjoying their own holiday llama trek in Devon ten years ago.
EAR WE GO: Dave Butler escorts Louie Young as he walks a llama.
What's more, in llamas and other animals, the seminal substance nurtured growth of a little yellow gland in the ovary called the corpus luteum.
on the loose Llama makes his escape in Co Offaly yesterday
The morning of our third day, Laurie asks BJ which llama is his favorite.
The Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil awarded the contract to build the LLAMA radio telescope antenna to General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies' VERTEX ANTENNENTECHNIK organization located in Duisburg, Germany.
The family bought him from Catanger Llamas, one of the biggest llama companies in the UK, which provides animals for promotional events, television programmes and films.
It's something different and we have quite a lot of fanatical llama lovers in the UK.
Jolly Llama makes its sorbet from top-quality sun-ripened whole fruit, which is then pureed and processed into sorbet, say officials for the Santa Monica, Calif.
With no cost, you can create artwork, add it to the Yellow Llama database, and earn 5% on all product sales generated from your private gallery.
Washington, May 22 (ANI): A study has indicated that inhospitable Andean highlands of Peru could nurture the great Inca civilisation that dominated South America for hundreds of years due to llama dung.
The Black Rock Llama Display Team are set to bring a little bit of South American magic to the Fair on Sunday and Monday.
Mary Walker, 55, dreamt up the Be Calmer With A Llama scheme after noticing the animals' chilled-out nature.