Llama facts for those who are interested in knowing a bit more about these splendid creatures. Further, we update the page with a new fact once a week and have links to reputable sites with more information below for students doing assignments (or adults who want more llama facts!)
Llamas typically live for around 20 years, but the oldest lllama on record lived to be 27!
What a cool llama fact about an old llama!
Llamas are used as guardians of flocks of other animals, protecting them from predators.
Because they will run at predators and chase them away with kicks
Llamas are extremely surefooted, hardy and suited to rocky terrain at high altitudes, with thick coats to keep them warm in cold climates.
Llamas are not dumb pack animals, they are really smart. They will refuse to carry to much weight and are known to be easy to train.
Llamas are highly social animals and live in groups caring for one another. Also, when you have a group of llamas together they are called a herd.