Examples of Alpaca
An alpaca looks like a horse and a camel.
They sit on the ground or on blankets made of the wool of the llama or alpaca.
To record something, they used knotted cords made of the wool of the llama or alpaca.
High in protein and low in cholesterol and fat alpaca seems the perfect meat treat.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )
Police in Massachusetts are seeking the owners of an escaped alpaca seen wandering near a local road.
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For the last 30 years, Pat Bentley has nurtured Britain's tiny alpaca industry from her 12-acre farm in Cumbria.
(Tom Rowley in The Telegraph - News, )
It is not the most elegant of haircuts – as this startled-looking alpaca from Northumberland has probably realised.
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An alpaca farm is coming back to life thanks in part to the generosity of community members who helped a couple in need.
(CBC News in CBC News - Canada, )
Mrs Obama presented Prince George with a $160 (£100) wooden wagon and gave six-week-old Princess Charlotte an alpaca baby blanket and a quaint Amish-made wooden rocking chair.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )
Here, the authors sequence the genomes and transcriptomes of the Bactrian camel, dromedary and alpaca, to reveal the demographic history of the group as well as metabolic adaptations to the desert environment.
(Nature Communications, )
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