Ca·mel·i·dae | \ kəˈmeləˌdē\
Definition of Camelidae
: a small family of ruminant mammals (order Artiodactyla) comprising camels, llamas, and extinct related forms all having long limbs with two toes and fused but distally divergent metapodials, a 3-chambered stomach, and oval red blood cells
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