The llama is a South American relative of the camel, though the llama does not have a hump. Typically, they are saddled with loads of 50 to 75 pounds. Under such weight they can cover up to 20 miles in a single day! Cute faces!
At the Picadilly Circus a llama named Spot "appeared to begin dying." Over the course of a single day, Spot developed uncontrollable diarrhea and was unable to stand, yet he "received no veterinary [care]," was not even moved from the pile of his own waste in which he was lying for five to six hours, and ultimately died. BOYCOTT THE CIRCUS!!