Tapada

Tapada

infoSometimes called "Woolly". These Llamas have heavy coats but little wool on their heads or below the knees. Grass is the staple diet of llamas althoug... Read More

Tapada
Sometimes called "Woolly". These Llamas have heavy coats but little wool on their heads or below the knees. Grass is the staple diet of llamas although they will nibble on fresh hedge and tree shoots etc. They will not stay to strip a tree as goats might, however. They are relatively resistant to most deseases and are a gentle, intelligent and very trainable species. Many thanks to Llama Basics.
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    1. Robert Neal
      May 22, 2015 @ 4:21 PM Names of llama body parts: 1 ears – 2 poll – 3 withers – 4 back – 5 hip – 6 croup – 7 base of tail – 8 tail – 9 buttock – 10 hock – 11 metatarsal gland – 12 heel – 13 cannon bone – 14 gaskin – 15 stifle joint – 16 flank – 17 barrel – 18 elbow – 19 pastern – 20 fetlock – 21 Knee – 22 Chest – 23 point of shoulder – 24 shoulder – 25 throat – 26 cheek or jowl – 27 muzzle
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