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Dejan

Dejan is a wildlife blogger and content writer. He is the primary writer for the website.
From a young age, Dejan had lots of pets and always liked nature and wildlife. He is always hiking in nature, claiming mountain tops, and learning about animals. He loves to educate himself and others about animals, endangered species, and wilderness.
That's why he is regularly taking courses at its local Agriculture university, constantly communicating with veterinarians and zoologists, and reading the latest animal studies and research.

Why Are Llamas So Popular? (7 Main Reasons!)

Llamas are some of the most popular animals on the planet. People love llamas because they make great companions and farm animals, they are excellent guard animals and have very soft and highly valuable fur.  Even today, llamas have seen their popularity increase. They are gentle, obedient, and easy to train; kids also love llama-shaped …

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Are Llamas Related To Giraffes?

Llamas are domesticated South American camelids. They are long-necked mammals primarily found in Peru and Bolivia.  Giraffes are the world’s tallest animals. They have very long necks, patterned fur, and are mostly found in sub-Sarahan Africa.  Both of these animals have long necks, but are llamas related to giraffes? And what are the main similarities …

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Camel Eyelashes (All You Want To Know!)

If you are a woman, having long and thick eyelashes might be very important to you. After all, when someone looks at your face, the first thing they might notice is the eyelashes. And who doesn’t want to leave a good impression?! Many famous paintings depict that eyelashes are something that enhances the beauty of the …

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Why Do Llamas Have Long Necks? (4 Big Reasons!)

Pedro Cieza de León, a Spanish conquistador and chronicler from the 16th century, described llamas as animals “with long legs and a neck of the length and shape of that of a camel”.  Later on, in the 19th century, a French writer, Flora Tristan, admired the llamas’ handsome physique, noting how their “long majestic necks” …

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Why Do Llamas Hum? (3 Main Reasons!)

Llamas are very social animals that communicate with a complex set of signals. This form of communication, just like with human language, serves multiple vital functions. Llamas communicate through visual, auditory, and chemical signals. All of these subtle signals need to transmit some social information and one signal can have more than one connotation. In …

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Do Llamas Have Tails? (Size And Alpaca Comparison!)

Similar to many other animals, llamas do have tails. A llama’s tail is a flexible organ attached to the torso of the animal. It is made up of little pieces of bones connected by cartilage, covered with muscle tissue, skin, and fur.  A llama’s tail plays an important role in its everyday functioning. Llama uses …

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Digestive System Of A Llama

Llama’s digestive system is one of the most interesting of all of its organ systems. It has some of the most unique characteristics that separate it from other animals, especially ruminants. Llama evolved in harsh conditions where not much food was available. And the little food there was, had a low nutritional value. The unique …

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How Many Stomachs Do Llamas Have? (Anatomy And Digestion)

Llamas and other South American camelids have a very special digestive system. Some animal scientists even claim that llamas digest food 25% more efficiently than some animals. The llama’s stomach is a multi-chambered structure that stores, breaks down, and digests food. Llamas are foregut fermenters. This means that their large and complex stomachs with rumen …

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