Llamas in Cornwall

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I’ve often wondered what the difference was between a LLama and an Alpaca. Apart from the Llama being much bigger its banana shaped ears are often referred to, an identification feature clearly seen on this one photographed in a field on the edge of Falmouth.

Insight into Llamas: members of the Camelid family and a native of South America where historically they have been used for meat and pack animals. They have been introduced into the UK primarily as tourist attractions and farm pets rather than working animals.

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