The Lama

These ruminating camelidae are partly domesticated just like their cousins, the camel and the dromedary. They are mountain-dwelling but can also be found on plains. They measure 1.20m to the shoulders and weigh 130kg. A single cria is born after a gestation period of 10 months.

Classe 
mammalia
Famille 
camelidae
Ordre 
artiodactylae
Statut 
not endangered
Longévité 
15 to 20 years
the lama can spit a mixture of gastric juices and stomach remains in the eyes of his opponents to blind them