The Llama (Lama glama) is a South American camelid, which is a member of the camel family. The Camel has one hump or two humps, but the Llama does not have any humps. The Llama is related to the Alpaca, the Guanaco, and the Vicuna.

The Llama is an ungulate because it has hoofed feet.

The Llama has soft wool that can be many colours, such as white, brown, black, and mottled. Their undercoat is fine and used to make garments and rugs.

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