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The Alpaca (Vicugna Pacos) is a species of South American camelid. They descended from the vicuña and is similar to, and often confused with, the llama. Alpacas are often noticeably smaller than llamas and their ears are pointy rather than curved. The two animals are closely related and can be cross-bred. Alpacas were bred for their wool which is similar to sheep's wool. This alpaca was living on a farm in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Dallas Peak at 13,815' above sea level is a rock summit in the San Juan mountains of southern Colorado near the Continental Divide. The wide-open landscape is surrounded by many peaks approaching 14,000'. This photograph of a young woman hiker and her dog was taken from the high meadows above Blue Lake in the Mount Sneffels Wilderness near Ridgway, Colorado, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at an elevation of 11,400 feet above sea level, is well above timberline. This woman hiker was photographed crossing a meadow at Lower Ice Lake Basin in the San Juan National Forest near Silverton, Colorado, USA.

Llamas may have originated from the central plains of North America about 40 million years ago. They migrated to South America about three million years ago. The llama is now a domesticated camelid used as a meat and pack animal by the South American Andean cultures. Llamas are social animals that live with others in a herd. Their lanolin-free wool is very soft and may be spun for use in clothing. This llama was photographed on a farm in Auburn, Washington State, USA.

Dallas Peak at 13,815' above sea level is a rock summit in the San Juan mountains of southern Colorado near the Continental Divide. The wide-open landscape is surrounded by many peaks approaching 14,000'. This photograph of a young woman hiker and her dog was taken from the high meadows above Blue Lake in the Mount Sneffels Wilderness near Ridgway, Colorado, USA.

The Alpaca (Vicugna Pacos) is a species of South American camelid. They descended from the vicuña and is similar to, and often confused with, the llama. Alpacas are often noticeably smaller than llamas and their ears are pointy rather than curved. The two animals are closely related and can be cross-bred. Alpacas were bred for their wool which is similar to sheep's wool. This alpaca was living on a farm in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at 12,300, is well above timberline. The young woman and her dog were photographed while hiking on the Colorado Trail near Molas Pass, Colorado, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at 12,300, is well above timberline. The young woman and her dog were photographed while hiking on the Colorado Trail near Molas Pass, Colorado, USA.

The American Pekin is a breed of white domestic duck, raised primarily for meat. It is derived from a Chinese mallard and brought to the United States in the 1800’s. The Cayuga Duck is a domestic American breed of black duck that was introduced to the Finger Lakes region of New York State around 1840. It is named for the native Cayuga people of that area and was originally raised for meat. Now they are mainly kept as pets. This pekin and cayuga duck pair probably escaped captivity or were released, where they were photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at 12,300, is well above timberline. The young woman and her dog were photographed while hiking on the Colorado Trail near Molas Pass, Colorado, USA.

Mount Si (4,167 feet) is a mountain on the western edge of the Cascade Range just above the coastal lowlands of Puget Sound. It rises 3,727 feet above the nearby towns and farm lands. Mount Si was named after local homesteader Josiah "Uncle Si" Merritt. It was featured in the television show Twin Peaks, which was filmed in nearby North Bend, Washington State, USA.

The Trinity Alps Wilderness is a 525,627-acre national wilderness in northern California. It is contained within and administered by Shasta-Trinity, Klamath, and Six Rivers National Forests. The wilderness is part of the Salmon and Scott Mountains which are subranges of the Klamath Mountains. The high, granite peaks of the eastern half of the wilderness are known as the Trinity Alps. This young woman and her dog were photograph while hiking the Canyon Creek Trail. Canyon Creek is located in the Trinity Alps near Weaverville, California, USA.

The Lauterbrunnen Valley is a narrow steep walled valley in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. The valley is also lined with wildflower filled alpine meadows where herds of dairy cows are frequently seen grazing. This view of the foggy valley and grazing cows was photographed from Oberhornsee, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Emu (Dromaius Novaehollandiae), at 79 – 88 pounds, is the second-largest living bird next to the ostrich. It is native to Australia where it is the largest native bird. The emu has wings and feathers but cannot fly. An emu in a pasture is an unusual thing to see in the Pacific Northwest. This emu was photographed at a farm in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at 12,300, is well above timberline. The young woman and her dog were photographed while she was preparing food at Lower Ice Lake in the San Juan National Forest near Silverton, Colorado, USA.

The Emu (Dromaius Novaehollandiae), at 79 – 88 pounds, is the second-largest living bird next to the ostrich. It is native to Australia where it is the largest native bird. The emu has wings and feathers but cannot fly. An emu in a pasture is an unusual thing to see in the Pacific Northwest. This emu was photographed at a farm in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Emu (Dromaius Novaehollandiae), at 79 – 88 pounds, is the second-largest living bird next to the ostrich. It is native to Australia where it is the largest native bird. The emu has wings and feathers but cannot fly. An emu in a pasture is an unusual thing to see in the Pacific Northwest. This emu was photographed at a farm in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The San Juans in southern Colorado are a high altitude range of mountains that straddle the Continental Divide. This wide-open landscape, at 12,300, is well above timberline. The young woman and her dog were photographed on their way to Columbine Lake in the San Juan National Forest near Silverton, Colorado, USA.

Visitors to the alpine meadows in Switzerland are frequently greeted by herds of dairy cows as well as other livestock. These two pigs were photographed while roaming the meadows at Kleine Scheidegg near Grindelwald, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

Llamas may have originated from the central plains of North America about 40 million years ago. They migrated to South America about three million years ago. The llama is now a domesticated camelid used as a meat and pack animal by the South American Andean cultures. Llamas are social animals that live with others in a herd. Their lanolin-free wool is very soft and may be spun for use in clothing. This llama was photographed on a farm in Auburn, Washington State, USA.

The Cayuga Duck is a domestic American breed of black duck that was introduced to the Finger Lakes region of New York State around 1840. It is named for the native Cayuga people of that area and was originally raised for meat. Now they are mainly kept as pets. This cayuga duck probably escaped captivity or was released, where it was photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The Cayuga Duck is a domestic American breed of black duck that was introduced to the Finger Lakes region of New York State around 1840. It is named for the native Cayuga people of that area and was originally raised for meat. Now they are mainly kept as pets. This cayuga duck probably escaped captivity or was released, where it was photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The Cayuga Duck is a domestic American breed of black duck that was introduced to the Finger Lakes region of New York State around 1840. It is named for the native Cayuga people of that area and was originally raised for meat. Now they are mainly kept as pets. This cayuga duck probably escaped captivity or was released, where it was photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The American Pekin is a breed of white domestic duck, raised primarily for meat. It is derived from a Chinese mallard and brought to the United States in the 1800’s. This pekin duck either escaped from captivity or was released, where it was photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The American Pekin is a breed of white domestic duck, raised primarily for meat. It is derived from a Chinese mallard and brought to the United States in the 1800’s. This pekin duck either escaped from captivity or was released, where it was photographed at Walnut Canyon Lakes in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

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