[Animals of the world: South American camels] Llama Ecology and characteristics Endangered species? Difference from alpaca
The llama is a famous camel of the South American continent. The llama, also known as a camel without a hump, is a domesticated animal of the Andean people. The llama is valued and growing in population not only as a means of transportation, but also because of the significant contributions it makes to human society. It is now an important animal for the people of South America.