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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.
KeywordsLlama, Andes animals, Lama glama, lama, alpaca, vicuna
Worthington Hooker, Natural History (New York:Harper & Brothers, 1882) 106
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