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The llamas of S. America resemble the camel in form and structure. They have, however, no hump, and their feet have hoofs with claw-like projections that enable them to climb rocky hills. They are domesticated and used as pack animals and for their milk and wool.


Mammals: I-L


Worthington Hooker, Natural History (New York:Harper & Brothers, 1882) 106


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