Llamas eat mainly grass, shrubs, and lichens. Lichens are moss-like plants that grow on rocks and wood. Llamas are herbivores, which means they are plant eaters. They chew their food just a little and swallow it, then bring up a wad of cud. They then finish chewing it and swallow it again and finally, digest it. Cud is partly digested food. Llamas eat mainly hay, grass, and grain when in captivity. For treats, llamas like cut-up apples, carrots, broccoli, and orange peels. Because the llamas have 3 stomach compartments, the food must pass through all the stomachs during digestion.
they adapt to there habitat by their woolly fur what keeps them warm when they are in the mountains.
It is simply called "giving birth!"
actually the proper medical and veterinary term is "Parturition"
because they don't have wings
They are not mean. They are just misunderstood. I have a pet llama. His name is George.