Where Do Llamas Come from?

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Llamas are said to have come from Bolivia, Chile and Peru in the high plains places known as 'Altiplano'. They were domesticated from their apprentices called Vicuna and Guanaco. Llama is a domesticated camelid from South America used as a pack and meat animal.
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