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Alpacas have a life expectancy of about 20 years. Females reach breeding age at about 18-24 months old. Males are not potent (ready to breed) until they're at least 24 months old. When in good health, females will breed their entire lives (with a break every few years for recovery). When born,...Read More

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Alpacas have been domesticated for about 6,000 years. The Moche people of Peru have been using alpacas in their art for thousands of years. There are no known wild alpacas; all breeds are domesticated. Alpacas are too small to be used as pack animals (like their relatives, the llama and c...Read More

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The closest answer provided under this question is four million alpacas. However, the real answer is probably closer to three and a half million alpacas in the Andean highlands. The Andean highlands, for those not in the know, are some of the highest peaks in the Andes mountains range - which...Read More

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