| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||Native to South America
||0.9 - 1.6 m (3 - 5.2 ft)
||130 - 155 kgs (287 - 342 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
||15 - 20 Yrs
Llamas are South American camelids. They have a body length between 0.9 and 1.6 m (3 - 5.2 ft), and they weigh between 130 and 155 kgs (287 - 342 lbs).
Llamas are native to South America, but they are not found in the wild. They are found commercially in Europe, North America and Australia and are used extensively by native human populations in South America.
Predators of Llamas include humans, coyotes, mountain lions and ocelots.
There are no subspecies of Llama.
Young Llamas are known as cria (pronounced cree-ah).