лама [зоол.] ; гуанако [зоол.]
- The Andes of Peru, for example, provided animals like the llama and alpaca which were domesticated approximately 7 kyr BP, and in the Tehuacn Valley of Mexico the first permanent agricultural systems of the Americas were developed c. 8 or 9 kyr BP.
- MOTORISTS were made late for work yesterday by a llama which wandered from its farm on to the A22 at Forest Row, Sussex.
- Llama excuse
- These sheets lined different areas of the tomb and separated different groups of offerings such as ceramic vessels, bronze implements, llama limbs and shell beads.
- 7 All except Prince Edward are self-confessed toe-suckers. 8 All except the llama are Buddists. 9 All except the Archbishop have sired love children.
- For instance, you can draw nice big nostrils on a llama's face.
- One would have thought that the Incas might have invented a llama cart, given other ingenuities that they displayed.
- As the plains became higher and colder, so another memorable Andean beast appeared - the guanaco, country cousin to the llama, brother to the vicua and the alpaca, and properly regarded as a small and humpless camel.
- Barnsgate Manor has a 12 acre vineyard, a llama herd, donkeys, a museum, winery, tearooms and restaurant.
- Looking more like a lumpy llama than a sheep, poor Carlos is all alone in the world - and quite understandably, a mate is being sought.
- When you woke, at first light, you'd find an untended llama nosing in your pocket and a party of Thrant flake traders setting up their market all around your bed.
- Bruce Gyngell/Boy George/The Dalai Lama/A llama