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7 Comments

ChitraKVarma
ChitraKVarma 8 years ago

:) :) cheers!

shebebusynow
shebebusynow 8 years ago

It's Ann; I know shortening the screen name is awkward :)

ChitraKVarma
ChitraKVarma 8 years ago

Thanks 'shebe' good to know other wildlife fans btw what is your name?

shebebusynow
shebebusynow 8 years ago

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!

ChitraKVarma
ChitraKVarma 8 years ago

Thanks friends, yes it does look like Llama, shot this picture at a reserve.

shebebusynow
shebebusynow 8 years ago

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.

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 8 years ago

Grate shot Chitra
Do you take this photo in a zoo
Looks like a south america Llama

ChitraKVarma
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ChitraKVarma

จังหวัดเพชรบูรณ์, Thailand

Spotted on Jan 19, 2012
Submitted on Jan 19, 2012

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