FreeTiiuPix.com

Free picture /  image resources for personal and non-commercial use.
Great for student & teacher research materials, projects, lesson plans or wallpaper!

By downloading these images and materials you are agreeing to our TERMS & CONDITIONS OF USE. PLEASE READ THESE CAREFULLY since they contain usage instructions and restrictions! Also, you may not sell these Images or redistribute them as part of a collection.  Unless indicated that an image has a model or property release, no such release exists.  FreeTiiuPix gives no representations or warranties with respect to the use of names, trademarks, logos, uniforms, registered copyright designs or works of art depicted in any image and you must satisfy yourself that all necessary rights, consents or permissions as may be required for reproduction are secured.

Please note, due to image abuse, we have had to remove all high resolution images.
Large images are now only available via
email request.

 [ Home ]   [ Terms of Use ]   [ About Me ]   [ Privacy/Cookie Policy ]   [ FAQ ]   [ FREE Photo Image Gallery ]  [ FREE Slide Presentation Gallery ]

 FREE IMAGE 
CATEGORIES

Go to the
Main Photo Gallery
to view all image
categories or use the
  Quick Links below
to jump to the
most popular images.

Animals








____________________


____________________


____________________


____________________

Food

 


____________________



____________________



____________________

 


____________________

 


____________________

Nature






____________________

 


____________________



____________________



____________________


____________________


____________________


____________________

 


____________________


____________________



____________________


____________________


____________________

 

 

 

Free images of Llamas

These images have been photographed at and posted with the very kind permission 
of the Toronto Zoo.  Please read the Terms of Use.  
These images may under no circumstances be sold or used in a commercial manner.

If you would like to support the Toronto Zoo, please CLICK HERE.

Note on large files:  Very large files may be bigger than your screen.  
Right click on any portion of the image showing and chose "save as". 

 

 

 The Llamas are located in the Americas Outdoor Exhibit of the Toronto Zoo.

 

Lama glama is commonly known as a "Llama".  The Llama, as well as the Alpaca, Guanaco and Vicuna are all members of the South American Camelid family and are from the South American countries of Peru, Chile and Bolivia.  

There are five species in the Camelid family which include the Llama, Alpaca, Camel, Guanaco and Vicuna.  Domesticated Llamas have descended from wild Guanacos and domesticated Alpacas from wild Vicunas. The Llama and Alpaca are domesticated while the Guanaco and Vicuna remain undomesticated.  

Note the spelling of Llama - the correct spelling is with two "L's".  "Lama" spelled with one "L" means a teacher of the Dharma in Tibetan Buddhism.

Llamas are domesticated South American camelids.  They are gentle animals that are easy to train and are used as pack animals, as companions for other herd animals, and for meat.  Living for about 15-25 years, Llamas grow to be up to six feet tall and can weigh between 280 to 460 lbs.  They are social animals that live in herds.  

Right:  llama_png_1  (480 x 486)
Download Large 747 x 757 here.

 

Want to know more, why not visit the Toronto Zoo’s website and 
read all about Llamas here.

 

White llama laying on grass

Toronto Zoo Llama - 1

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 4214 x 3160  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

Head face of white llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 2

Medium - 340 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 3077 x 4100  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

Side profile white llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 3

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 4608 x 3456  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

Brown white profile of llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 4

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 3456 x 4608  -  Now only available by email request.

 

Did you know... 

that a baby Llama is called a "cria" and can weigh between 20 and 30 pounds?

 

Lama glama white llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 5

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 3456 x 4608  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

What's the difference between an Alpaca  and a Llama?

Although Alpacas (Vicugna pacos) are classified camelids together with camels and Llamas, they are much smaller than a Llama and not big enough to be bred to be beasts of burden.  Llamas are almost twice the size of an Alpaca and have a longer head. While  Llamas have long banana-shaped curved ears, Alpacas have smaller, pointed years.  

Llamas have flat, level backs with a tail at the end of the back.  Alpacas, however, have slightly rounded backs with tails that slope down their backs.  Also, Alpacas also have a more consistent body colour.  According to some, Alpacas tend to be more skittish than Llamas.

The fibers from both species are quite different.  While Llamas have a coarse outer coat over a soft inner coat, Alpacas have a fine, single coat of hair that is very soft.  Despite being much larger, Alpaca's produce more fiber per animal.

 

Did you know... 

that Alpacas and Llamas can have babies together called "huarizo"?  Their offspring does not produce an animal that improves on either animal's desirable characteristics.

 

Look at FreeTiiuPix images of Alpacas here.

 

 

Two llama laying on grass.

Toronto Zoo Llama - 6

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 3819 x 2864  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

Head neck of brown llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 7

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 1919 x 2661  -  Now only available by email request.

 

 

Head of brown llama

Toronto Zoo Llama - 8

Medium - 640 x 480  Right click on above image and chose "save as".

Large - 3456 x 4608  -  Now only available by email request.

 

Back to Animal Gallery

Back to Main Gallery Index

If you would like to support the Toronto Zoo, please CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

FREE SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATIONS

 

Teacher created &
student approved !
Download image-
rich slide presentations.


 

LEARN HOW TO DRAW 
YOUR OWN CLIP ART


No artistic talent?
No problem!

Learn how to draw
your own clip art!

+ enjoy our small
 FreeTiiuPix original 
Clip Art collection.


 

VISIT OUR BLOG


Get lesson plan ideas,
learn about new 
image categories 
+ links to more educational websites.

Educatingcreatively.
blogspot.ca

 

HOW TO REFERENCE 
THIS & OTHER WEBSITES

 

I'm using information from your website - 
 how do I reference it?  

Learn about proper 
citation techniques 
+ links to online 
citation tools.


 

 

Get updates, 
tell your friends, 
please "like" us 
on your favourite
social network.

CONTACT ME

If you'd like to drop me a note to let me know if any of these images have been useful, I'd love to hear from you. I'm curious to see if my snapshots have been of benefit to you in some way.  Also, I'd like to hear what kind of images you'd like to see more of. 

 

 

 

 

We Are All God's
Creatures

 

 

 

 

"If all the beasts 
were gone,
 men would die from 
a great loneliness 
of spirit, 
for whatever happens 
to the beasts 
also happens to the man.  
All things are connected.  Whatever befalls 
the Earth 
befalls the sons 
of the Earth."

~ Chief Seattle 
of the Suquamish Tribe,
 letter to 
President 
Franklin Pierce ~

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Life is as dear 
to a mute creature 
as it is to man.  
Just as one wants happiness 
and fears pain, 
just as one wants 
to live 
and not die, 
so do other creatures."

~ His Holiness 
The Dalai Lama ~

 

 

 

"If you have men 
who will exclude 
any of God's creatures 
from the shelter 
of compassion and pity, 
you will have men 
who will deal likewise 
with their fellow men."

~ St. Francis of Assisi ~

 

 

 

 

"The worst sin 
towards our fellow creatures 
is not to hate them,
 but to be indifferent to them.  that's the essence 
of inhumanity."

~ George Bernard 
Shaw ~

 

 

"A bird does not sing 
because it has an answer. 
 It sings because 
it has a song."

~ Chinese Proverb ~

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

[ Home ]   [ Terms of Use ]   [ About Me ]   [ Privacy/Cookie Policy ]   [ FAQ ]   [ FREE Photo Image Gallery ]   [ FREE Slide Presentation Gallery ]  

 

Copyright © 2012-2017  FreeTiiuPix - Tiiu Roiser.  All rights reserved.