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|I took this photo in the Blijdorp Zoo. |
Only resized it.
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The llama (Lama glama) is a large camelid that originated in North America and then later on moved on to South America. The term llama is sometimes used more broadly, to indicate any of the four closely related animals that make up the South American branch of the family Camelidae: the true llama, the vicuņa, alpaca, and guanaco.
Differentiating characteristics between llamas and alpacas are that llamas are larger and have more elongated heads. Alpacas also have a more luxurious wool than Llamas. The main difference between llamas and camels is that camels have a hump or humps and llamas do not.
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- [2006-03-16 9:59]
You did well with this capture. It would be nice to see the eyes.
very nice shot. Great sharpness and very good details. TFS.
Good question! Nice colour, composition, perspective and details!