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The llamas’ native range is the Andes Mountains of South America, primarily Peru and Bolivia, but none are found in the wild as they were domesticated from wild guanacos.
Llamas’ blood contains a high amount of hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body, which enables them to survive at high elevation with low levels of oxygen.
Female llamas are called either “dams” or “hembras.” Males are called “studs” or “machos.” Castrated males are known as “geldings.”
Llamas communicate with a variety of humming sounds.