WHAT IS A VICUÑA?
The smallest of all camels, the vicuna weighs about 90 pounds and stands just under three feet at the shoulder. Like all South America camel species, the vicuna has a long, supple neck; slender legs; padded, cloven feet; large round eyes; and a dense and fine tawny coat.
WHAT IS A GUANACO?
A guanaco is a large mammal that lives in South America and is related to the llama. It is bigger than a llama and not domesticated. They mainly eat grass and live in the mountains.