Llamas are members of the Camel family, so technically they are camels. Llamas and alpacas both fall into the “lama” genus of the Camel family, and have both always been domestic. Llamas are larger, while camels are the largest, and were originally wild.
Camels live in Africa and Asia, while llamas and alpacas are native to cold, dry, mountain areas of South America. All are used for meat, fibers, and as pack animals, but camels are larger. All are members of the camel family.
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