Beware: Llamas are on the Loose!


A poor unsuspecting couple in Kentucky were visited by the ringleader of a gang of not-so vicious llamas. Felicity and her furry partners in crime had spent the night out partying and terrorizing shubbery.


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"My wife calls down and says, 'There's a llama in the yard.' I say, 'You've got to be kidding me,'" said Garner Traher. "So I walked out there and walked out to the back and there she was."

Felicity and the other two llamas were on the run all morning long.

"They had an all-nighter," said llama farmer Dale Hill. [...]

The owners arrived a short time later and put a harness on Felicity, then began walking the animal home while neighbors watched the rather unusual sight.

"It was so cool," said witness Norah Wulkopf, 6.


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"The Llama is a quadruped
which lives in big rivers like the Amazon.
It has two ears, a heart, a forehead,
and a beak for eating honey,
but it is provided with fins for swimming.
Llamas are larger than frogs.
Llamas are dangerous, so if you see one
where people are swimming, you shout,
'Look out, there are Llamas!'"
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