Regarding llamas

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by Simon Sanmartine

Llamas are curious beasts, shaggy and sought after for their wool, yet of a curiously arrogant disposition reflected in their eyes. They live in mountainous areas, though who may have first tamed them is lost in the mists of history.

‘Tis a well-known fact that llamas can indeed be tamed, and used as grazing animals, for their meat, and of course for their wool. Yet ’tis lesser known that their ornery disposition and tendency to spit at those they dislike makes them appealing guard creatures as well, though they have little sound with which to sound an alarum.


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