Llama is the South American animal that looks like a camel.
Adult Llama reaches a height of 170-180 cm, of course, when measured to the top of her head. They weigh between 130-200 pounds.
What characterizes these animals is their sociability and desire to live in a herd. They are very intelligent animals and can learn some simple tasks after a few repetitions. They are extremely durable and can carry for miles around 25-30% of their body weight.
Llama, who grew up in a normal natural conditions are extremely social and very interesting and a good company. Their curiosity is so great that they will not hesitate to approach people.
However, if they are bottle-fed, and if people deal with them to much while they are young they become spoiled, and they treat people as their own kind, so they start spitting at them and kicking them, pushing them with their necks.
Therefore, a longer contact should be avoided while they are still bottle-fed in order to avoid the negative effects of too much attention focused on them.
When properly nurtured, Llama’s rarely spit at people, in herds, they spit at each other when they want to discipline members who are lower on the scale their position on the herd is never stable, but it can forward or backward through the struggles with the other members of their species. This is the most often the case In males, when they fight for the status of the alpha male.
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