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It's Ann; I know shortening the screen name is awkward :)
Thanks 'shebe' good to know other wildlife fans btw what is your name?
I thought of your spotting today when I went out in the storm and saw our neighbor's "watch llama" looking bedraggled in the rain. They use it to protect the birds they raise in cages. I guess it's brave enough to run off coyotes. Welcome to Project Noah!
Thanks friends, yes it does look like Llama, shot this picture at a reserve.
Certainly does look like a llama. They've become quite popular as domestic animals in the US, both as guard-animals and for packing. No doubt other things as well. Note that their feet don't have hooves, so have less of an impact on forest soils.
Grate shot ChitraDo you take this photo in a zooLooks like a south america Llama
Spotted on Jan 19, 2012 Submitted on Jan 19, 2012