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Taken: Sacred Valley, Peru @ March 5, 2006
Closed up pictures of the two llamas eating eucalyptus leaves. They looked like they were smiling at the camera, didn't they? At first I thought they were alpacas, but our tour guide said they were llamas. Llamas were bigger and had longer necks than alpacas. Both llamas and alpacas were local animals to the Incas and also to the current Cuzco/Sacred Valley locals. They were used to transport light-weight stuff. Their wool and meat were used for cloth and food.
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