Llamas & Co, the Camels' Spitting Image - Camelids, Section 3: Animal Planet on the Looney Front, Part 19
Another lesson I've learned from the guide and will not repeat. I will never ever chew coca leaves with calcium stones again
OK, enough of that for now. Today both branches are grouped together as the camelid family, but about all they have visibly
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Rama llama ding dong.
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."
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 Internet Just Served Up Some Weird Stuff, So Here Are Some Joe Biden Photos To Cleanse Your Palate
The last 24 hours of the Internet have been pretty weird. First we all stopped to watch a live llama chase, and then there
Llamas are big on the Internet, especially Thursday, because two escaped in Arizona. Funny enough, in the mid-1980s, llamas
Local news affiliates are live-streaming the llama pursuit and it does not disappoint. CBS News has dubbed the affair "Llama