Alpacas and Llamas Say Hello by Claudia Schwalm
Claudia Schwalm travels the world to capture photographs of animals. This photo of alpacas and llamas was taken in southern Peru. In a rock corral, they each had yarn tassels in their ears to distinguish the herd.
Llamas are bigger than Alpacas. One of the Llamas is in front, laying down, with dark markings on its head. Alpacas produce a much finer fiber for textiles, while llamas are often used as pack animals. Both alpacas and llamas have been raised for centuries in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile.
Digital photograph on stretched canvas
16"H by 20"W
No frame; Gallery wrapped canvas ready to hang
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