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A lone wolf or a fox will not be in danger of encountering a 350-400 lb animal to come to a sheep or a cub. But pairs / packs of dogs, pack of wolves, big cats, etc. will surely kill a llama, even a large llama quite easily, because the It’s no Pro-llama to be kind end bullying shirt camel has very little defense. Last February, six llamas were killed by a pair / pack of something (most likely a dog) on a farm near Louisville, Ky. Two more people must be destroyed a few days later because the injury was too severe.
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