Far north along the Andean spine in Ecuador, the odd llama and alpaca browse amid deep green mountain ramparts by low wall
As for the stay-at-home in North America, its last descendant disappeared along with the American horse, massive short-faced
Set on 500 acres of rolling hills and valleys in the heart of Galena's countryside, this farm-stay bed and breakfast provides
In a Park Service compendium published in mid-March, officials wrote that the transmission of disease from llamas or alpacas to wild sheep or mountain goats has not been documented, and the likelihood is "probably low, although still possible."
It wasn't a coincidence that the day began with the FCC's vote on net neutrality. Indeed, without net neutrality, none of this could have happened.
This week demonstrated the power of shared experiences and having some collective fun -- i.e. virality. It began with social media all atwitter over Patricia Arquette's Oscar speech -- and backstage comments. Next up, the Internet was riveted by The Great Llama Chase -- as the camelids, part of a therapy visit (Emotional Support Llamas?), made a break for it during a bathroom break. Later that same day, the most viral #dress in history had everyone debating: white and gold, or blue and black? If you saw polka dots you should probably see a doctor. The episode culminated with a national teach-in about color and optics. The week ended on a sad note, with the passing of Leonard Nimoy, never wiser than in his Spock-worthy final tweet: "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP." He lived long, and we all prospered from it.
"We now go live to llamas enthralling a nation." If you're anything like us, you probably couldn't remove your face from
The last 24 hours of the Internet have been pretty weird. First we all stopped to watch a live llama chase, and then there
And so the llama bubble, which saw prices reach into the $20,000 range, burst. You can now buy a llama for about a tenth
Local news affiliates are live-streaming the llama pursuit and it does not disappoint. Two llamas were eluding capture in
H/t Thought Catalog Trust us, the sound totally makes it. Nothing, that's what. Like Twitter user Matt Ufford says, "This
With about 0.59 inches of rain a year the Atacama, high in the Andes Mountains of northern Chile, is the driest place on Earth, and very likely its oldest desert, going back 3 million years.
Oscar the llama thinks he's a dog, and we're just fine with that. His trainer taught him to fetch a few years ago. In the
Anyone making their way to Machu Picchu must first traverse The Sacred Valley of the Incas (Valle Sagrado de los Incas), and we were no exception. But this was no tedious trek, it was a fascinating adventure in its own right.
There comes a day in every professional photographer's life when he or she is asked to snap photos of a truly bizarre subject
Open-ended? You bet. This week's "Make A Better Commercial Than We Did" Contest winner is a spit-take in the making (watch
In November, college volleyball coach James Finley came forward with allegations of workplace discrimination, claiming he
If you haven't had your weekly dose of strange yet, you've just found it. In this week's round up of weird things found on