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An article full of fun facts about llamas – Plus Sylvia’s Style Llama Bag Review.

Last year my daughter and I were really interested in Unicorns and Mermaids. This year Sylvia has become more interested in the Llama. We think Llamas are super cute but we really didn’t know any Llama facts. I had no idea where Llama’s live, what kind of animal they are and didn’t really know any interesting facts about Llamas. 

Today we wanted to share some fun facts about Llamas along with Sylvia’s new Llama bag. Enjoy! 

Where Do Llamas Live?

Traditionally the Llama comes from South America. Llamas are herbivorous pack animals and are not uncommon in countries such as Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia and Chile. 

Llama’s can also be found in Australia, Europe and North America but they are most popular in Peru.

What Do Llamas Eat?

So Llama’s are herbivorous and in their natural habitat they feed on Mountain vegetation such as shrubs and plants. Llamas also graze on grass and hay. 

The Llama is a cousin to the well known Camel but Llamas are unique as they do not have a hump! 

A New Llama Bag

And now to introduce you to Sylvia’s new Llama bag which is super cute and fluffy just like a Llama. What do you think? Do you like this new Llama Bag? 

Sylvia loves her new bag and she wears it everywhere. We purchased it from the Primark Store for £7.99

Fun Facts About Llamas

Here are some more fun facts about Llamas that you may not know. 

  • Llamas were first domesticated in the Peruvian Highlands around 4,000 to 5,000 years ago.
  • These Super cute animals can grow up to 6 feet tall.
  • The Llama can live for up to twenty years. 
  • Llama’s do not bite. They only spit when they are angry or scared. 
  • There are more than 7 Million Llama’s currently living in South America.

More Interesting Facts About Llamas

A Baby Llama is called a Cria and pregnancy lasts for a full year. 

A Group of Llamas is called a herd. 

Llama’s are super social animals and don’t like to live alone.

You can use Llama wool to make clothes.