Recent Examples of llama from the Web
Cotopaxi has become known for its colorful, eco-conscious approach to outdoor gear and apparel—puffy coats insulated with llama wool, backpacks made from fabric scraps.
New animals in the emoji-verse include raccoons, llamas, hippos, kangaroos, badgers, swans, peacocks, parrots, lobsters, mosquitoes, microbes, and teddy bears.
Meet Rojo and Napoleon, a therapy llama and alpaca from Mtn Peaks Therapy Llamas & Alpacas.
Other animals making their debut include a kangaroo, a peacock, a swan, a badger, a rhino, a llama and a parrot.
Or, if the kids love animals, head out on a one-of-a-kind llama adventure.
The show, produced by Manuel Candia Reuter, also included a fan favorite Poco the llama.
Hug a llama sometime and feel all of your anxieties melt away.
Preschoolers around the world can’t seem to get enough llama drama.
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LLAMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of llama for English Language Learners
: a South American animal that has a long neck and thick fur and that is used for its wool and for carrying things
LLAMA Defined for Kids
Definition of llama for Students
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