What is llama?

  • (noun): Wild or domesticated South American cud-chewing animal related to camels but smaller and lacking a hump.

Llama

The llama (Lama glama) is a domesticated South American camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since pre-Hispanic times.

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Lamoid - Characteristics - Llama (Lama Glama)
... The llama is the largest of the extant laminoids and weighs 130–150 kilograms (290–330 lb) with a height of 109–119 cm (43–47 in) at the shoulder ... Llamas are not a natural species rather, they were domesticatd by the Peruvians and Bolivians of the highlands ... Commercial trade led to the llama's current abundance in Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and northeast Argentina ...
Llama - Fiber
... Llamas have a fine undercoat which can be used for handicrafts and garments. 15–19 Camel Down 16–25 Guanaco 16–18 Llama (Tapada) 20–30 Chinchilla 21 Mohair 25–45 Alpaca (Huacaya) 27.7 Llama (Ccara) 30–40 ...
Llama Firearms - Llama
... The Llama trademark was registered in 1932 and pistols started to appear in 1933 ... The Llama IV was the first numbered model to appear, and unusually, it was erroneously advertised as having a "tolerant chamber" capable of firing.38 ACP and 9 mm largo rounds interchangeably ... The Llama V was chambered for.38 ACP, and had English language markings for sale in the US ...
Land Rover Llama - Effect On The Land Rover Range
... Very little new technology was developed for the Llama project, and so there was no real effect on the existing range ... the Ninety/One Ten range, and their successors, carried a reminder of the Llama project for many years ... Land Rover was modified in anticipation of the launch of the Llama to include a new light ...
Llama Firearms - Bankruptcy and Rescue Efforts
... the Asian Economic Crisis of the early 1990s that directly brought about the crisis that engulfed Llama ... by restricting credit domestically, including to Llama ... Llama filed for bankruptcy in 1992, and in 1993 sixty of its gunsmiths and employees formed a co-operative to buy the Llama name and all of the equipment ...