Llama or Alpaca?

Can you tell the difference between a llama and an alpaca?
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#1  Buttons  20 seconds  63% correct rate

Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Llama

Alpaca

Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals 4,000 to 5,000 years ago

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Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Alpaca

Llama

Alpacas are the smallest members of the camel family, on average 3 feet high at the shoulder and 4-7 feet long

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What continent can most of the world's alpacas and llamas be found on?

South America

North America

Asia

Africa

The current population of llamas and alpacas in South America is estimated to be more than 7 million.

#4  Buttons  20 seconds  77% correct rate

Are these Llamas or Alpacas?

Alpacas

Llamas

Alpacas are herd animals and don’t like to be alone.

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Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Llama

Alpaca

Llamas don't bite. They spit when they're agitated, but that's mostly at each other.

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Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Alpaca

Llama

Alpaca fur incredibly soft and does not retain water.

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The young of both Alpacas and Llamas are called...

Cria

Lamb

Calf

Foal

"Cria" is Spanish for baby. It's pronounced KREE-uh.

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Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Llama

Alpaca

A group of llamas is called a herd.

#9  Buttons  20 seconds  65% correct rate

Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Alpaca

Llama

Alpacas are highly sociable, gentle and curious

#10  Buttons  20 seconds  81% correct rate  

Is this a Llama or an Alpaca?

Llama

Alpaca

Llamas are members of the camelid family meaning they're pretty closely related to camels.
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