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Llamas

Lama glama

About the Llamas

Llamas are members of the camel family with a long neck, slender body and long, woolly fur. Their low back makes them ideal for carrying loads. (Please note, our llamas move out of their enclosure from 5pm BST and 4pm GMT into fields where they graze overnight).

Habitat and Distribution

Llamas are domesticated animals. Their ancestor, the guanaco originates from the mountainous grasslands and forests in western South America.

Family Information

Wild camelids live in family groups of one male and up to ten females plus their offspring. Young males form bachelor groups, older males often live alone. Llamas have one baby at a time, usually born in late summer or autumn.

Conservation Status: Common

Standard Membership

  • Entry to the park 362 days a year
  • Discounts in selected cafes & restaurants
  • Discounts on some VIP Experiences

Standard Membership is available for adults and children.
Gold Membership is available for children aged 2-12 years.

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