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Alpacas are extremely social animals and live in herds.

Within the herd, there is a clear hierarchy.

The lead male takes the lead and protects the herd from dangers.

Alpacas show social bonds by lying close together, grooming each other, and cuddling.

Young alpacas, in particular, play together and exhibit playful behaviors such as jumping and running.

Alpacas communicate through body postures, sounds, and the position of their ears and tails.

Humming is a common form of communication.

Alpacas have become accustomed to the proximity of humans. They often exhibit friendly and curious behavior towards people.

People mainly use alpacas for their wool, but also as pack animals.

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