vicuna

[n] - the wool of the vicuna 2. [n] - a soft wool fabric made from the fleece of the vicuna 3. [n] - small wild cud-chewing Andean animal similar to the guanaco but smaller
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vicuna

Vicugna vicugna noun small wild cud-chewing Andean animal similar to the guanaco but smaller; valued for its fleecy undercoat
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vicuña

(Lama, or Vicugna, vicugna), South American member of the camel family, Camelidae (order Artiodactyla), that is closely related to the alpaca, ... [6 related articles]
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vicuña

vicuña (vikOO'nyu, vikyOO'nu) , wild South American hoofed mammal, Vicugna vicugna, the smallest member of the camel family. It is 30 in. (75 cm) high at the shoulder, with a long, slender neck and pale, fawn coloring. Vicuñas live in herds on high plateaus of the Andes, at altitud...
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Vicuna

The vicuna is a species of wild llama, a ruminant mammal of the camel family found in the Andes. Unlike the other wild species, the huanaco, the face is fawn-coloured.
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vicuna

Click images to enlargeRuminant mammal Lama vicugna of the camel family that lives in herds on the Andean plateau. It can run at speeds of 50 kph/30 mph. It has good eyesight, fair hearing, and a poor sense of smell. Hunted close to extinction for its meat and soft brown fur, which was used in texti...
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Vicuña

The vicuña (Vicugna vicugna) or vicugna is one of two wild South American camelids which live in the high alpine areas of the Andes; the other being the guanaco. It is a relative of the llama, and is now believed to be the wild ancestor of domesticated alpacas, which are raised for their coats. Vicuñas produce small amounts of extremely fine woo...
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vicuna

fabric made from wool of the vicuna, a small ruminant
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vicuna

soft-fleeced Andean ruminant
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vicuna

small wild cud-chewing Andean animal similar to the guanaco but smaller; valued for its fleecy undercoat
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