Where Do Llamas Live?


Llamas mainly live in tropical areas. They are members of the camel and they have a lifespan of 20 years. Llamas normally graze on grass and like cows; they restate their food and chew it as cud.
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Llamas evolved in the North American Great Plains region and migrated over time to South America where they live in the wild today, mainly in Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia.
Llamas are native to South America. They live in the Andes Mountains and the countries of Peru
Llamas in the U.S. can live to be 20-30 years old. Text us again soon!
Ideally, in grasslands.
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Llamas are found in South America around the Andes Mountains, Chile and Peru. They are built to climb on rocky surfaces and can breath with thin air in the high altitudes.
Llamas like many other animals like to live in a heard. They can live in a pastor as a pet as most llamas do or they can live in the wild.
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