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Poster: Jeanette Gugler <email@example.com>
> Alpacas make a variety of sounds such as clicks and snorts but
> are best known and loved for their humming. They make this
> humming sound in a variety of situations such as when separated
> from their herd, when one female gives birth, the other pregnant
> mothers may hum to the delivering mother and new cria, and when
> grazing, they hum in different tones.
I have it on good authority (friends way up north visiting a llama farm)
that they also bounce at sunset.
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