11. Camelid creature features

Alpacas have ears that are more pointed than the common banana-shaped ears of the llama and are typically 12 to 24 inches (30.4 to 61 centimeters) shorter at the shoulder than the llama. Alpacas also tend to have shorter, more petite muzzles than llamas. The huarizo can have any combination of these features and range in size between the two parent species.

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