What is a Llama?
A llama is related to the camel family but has no humps. It has a long neck like a camel. It is very furry but puffy. They are for traveling like a camel. It can carry 150 pounds 15-20 miles without water. Llamas are 4 feet and 12 inches tall for a regular size.
Food and Habitats
The Llama's habitat is in the Andes. You probably don’t know where that is. It is in the mountains in South America. Llamas are herbivores which means they only eat plants. Llamas don’t need much water to survive.
Why Llamas are dangerous
Llamas are dangerous because their spit is full of bacteria. If it gets in your mouth or eyes you could get sick or even get a severe disease. Llamas only spit when they are scared or a predator is attacking them. They use it as a self-defense trick. They do not need karate, because they have spit.
Things you may not know about a llama
Somethings you may not know about a llama are that llamas have no humps. Another thing you may not know about a llama is they need little water to survive. They need less than 1 cup a day. One last thing you should know is to stay away from llamas.
See you next time, peace out!
By Ben and Jacob