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Winston Churchill
   said   
"He Looks Like a Female Llama Who Has Been Surprised in the Bath."
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A Llama
   has an average gestation period of   
330 Days
Baby llamas are called crias
Cama
   is the offspring of   
Llama & Camel
Bolivia
   has the national animal   
Llama
Llama
   is associated with   
South America
Llama
   infant is called a   
Cria
Your Llama Can Graze on the Grass in City Parks in Boulder, Colorado
   is   
False
Citation: 5-4-7 Grazing on Public Property.
Hembra
   is the name for a female   
Llama
Group nouns: Herd, flock
Macho
   is the name for a male   
Llama
Group nouns: Herd, flock
Vicuna
   is   
A Costly Hair Fiber Derived from the Llama Family
La Plata Llama La Plata
   means   
Money Goes Where Money is
Bush Trumpet
   has the latin name   
Allamanda Neriifolia
Family name: Apocynaceae
Wallaman Falls
   is situated in   
Australia
These Falls are on the UN’s heritage protection list and are one of Australia’s highest falls. Total height is 1109 ft. Tallest single drop is 879 ft.
Llamada
   is translated as   
Call
To call: llamar
Golden Trumpet
   has the latin name   
Allamanda Cathartica
Family name: Apocynaceae
Llamas, Alpacas, Vicunas, and Guanacos
   are all   
Family Camelidae
Of course the give away is that this family also includes the Dromedary and Bactrian Camels
Yellow Allamanda
   has the Latin name   
Allamanda Cathartica
Salir De Las Llamas Y Caer En Las Brasas
   means   
Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire
Out of the flame and into the embers
Llamas
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, and Idle Jones
(In Spanish with subtitles in English) The llama is a quadruped which lives in the big rivers like the Amazon. It has two ears, a heart, a forehead, and a beak for eating honey. But it is provided with fins for swimming.
Llamar Al Pan, Pan, Y Al Vino, Vino
   means   
Call a Spade a Spade
Call bread bread and wine wine






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