The Llama can grow about 6 feet tall and weigh up to 450 pounds. They have a very long neck, small face, and pointed ears. They form small herds and enjoy their socialization with each other. It is common for the Llama to be used as a pack animal because it can carry heavy loads for a long period of time. They are also raised in order to use their wool to create a variety of different goods.
The Llama consumes grass, twigs, and shrubs. They are content to spend most of their time eating and grassing. They are very curious though and they will explore their environment. There are plenty of different colors of the Llama and it will depend on their location.
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