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    The native people of Peru have raised alpacas and made their wool into cloth for hundreds of years. Their hair is much finer than sheep’s wool and makes very warm, soft material. The alpaca’s coat is a thick black, white, or brown color.   Alpaca’s give 7 pounds of wool each year.
    Alpaca’s are grazing animals that live in South America. They live in mountain areas with high elevations. 



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