The homeland of the lamas is – Peru (South America).
Lamas were domesticated Indians of the Andes around 1000 BC.
Lamas spit if they get angry.
Lamas belong to the family of camels, but unlike camels do not have a hump, but otherwise they are similar.
Llamas are used as a transport animal (for this purpose only male lamas are used). They are used to transport heavy loads through mountain ranges along trails that are inaccessible for transport (27-45 kg of cargo are transported for a day at a distance of about 24 km). If the weight exceeds more than 50 kg, the lama simply stops and sits down, and if the driver will force her to rise, the lama simply spits into his face.
Female lamas never milk and do not use as a vehicle, they are used only for reproduction.
The ancient Incas consumed meat of lamas (only meat of males, not females).
A hybrid of a camel and a lama is called “kama” or “camelam”.
In contrast to alpacas, fur llamas do not have value.