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An Alpaca is a domesticated species of South American camelid, similar in appearance to a small llama. They are most commonly found in herds within the Andes Mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile. Their history dates back thousands of years. Alpacas have been raised primarily for their fiber, which is used to make woven and knit items. The uses of this fiber are extremely varied, especially since it comes in 52 colors naturally. Besides their fiber, they are also raised for meat. Alpaca’s cannot be raised as pack animals due to their smaller size. There are two breeds of alpacas, the Suri and the Huacaya. These animals are always found in a herd with an alpha male, females and their offspring. Their diet consists of hay, grass and other plants although they will chew on anything they find.
Alpacas For Sale In The USA
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