Their main characteristics are the long neck and the erect and agile ears

The llama (pronounced in Spanish: Yama) in Greek sheep camel, is a herbivorous mammal that belongs to the Camelidae family, that is, it is a relative of the camel.

In the wild it can live up to 20 years.

The male is also used for transporting goods up to 60 kg while the female for wool production and reproduction.

Gestation lasts 10 months and gives birth to one cub.