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These pages are a collection of odd pictures
and trivia about llamas.

(They are not for sale, they are simply for your entertainment.)

Things made from llamas

People often ask “What do you do with llamas?”
and the standard answers are
“pets,” “breeding,” “backpacking,” and so on.

Here are a few things that the standard answers don’t cover.

Llama foot ash tray

This ash tray comes from
Colombia and is made
from a llama’s foot.

llama toenails

This musical instrument comes from Peru
and is made of out of llama toenails.

llama fetus
This is an actual llama fetus from Peru.

Llama fetuses are used as a type of payment to Mother Earth
and are put in the lower part of a new house or buried against the foundation
to bring good fortune to the occupants.

In Peru and Chile you can find rugs in any market
made from llama and alpaca hides.
A couple of these are shown below:

Llama skin rug

Alpaca skin rug

llama jerky
Llama meat drying in Northern Chile.

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Mount Lehman
British Columbia
Canada V4X 2E4

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