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South American OriginPlay
Llamas are native to South America and are part of its culture. SlideLlamas have been important in South American traditions for centuries.
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Not a CamelPlay
Despite their similarity to camels, llamas are different and the two should not be confused. SlideUnlike camels, llamas do not have humps on their backs.
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Beast of BurdenPlay
Llamas are often used as pack animals due to their strength and endurance. SlideIn rugged terrain, llamas can carry supplies better than vehicles.