LLAMAS


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LLAMASLlama Association of the Mid-Atlantic States
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The three gelded male llamas Jet, Bradley and Atticus, were waiting for us as we ambled to meet them early that morning.
"But the girls are close to Lenny's age so I'm hoping we will be having baby llamas at Bodafon in the near future."
However, Willette said llamas were good at defending themselves and the ones died were guard llamas, one of them even weighing 500 pounds.
But one of the llamas had been lying on the ground and started rolling around.
With the introduction of X-Ray Llamas, the option to get paid Llamas in bulk has been removed.
Sam Curtis wrote: "Do the llamas observe the transport rules of every 4 1/2 hours they have to have a 45 minute break?" With the mock South Tyneside Council responding: "All of our Llamas are entitled to an hour's lunch per 8 hour shift.
After his August escape, the 12- to 15-year-old, 350-pound llama evaded capture attempts for about a month, including special treats and efforts to lure him in with other llamas.
Now Llamas is gearing up for a new venture-producing live performances by various classic rock artists.
Huanchaquito-Las Llamas - referred to by researchers as "Las Llamas" - first made headlines in 2011 when the remains of 42 children and 76 llamas were found during an emergency dig.
Ongoing scientific investigations into the Peru site, formally called Huanchaquito-Las Llamas, are being carried out by an international team funded by the National Geographic Society.
The pub have kept llamas in their fields for nearly 10 years but this is the first time they have ever managed to breed them successfully.