It sounds like a punch line: a miniature llama. It is actually an American novelty, and a work in progress. Just as teacup poodles were bred down from standard ones, small adult llamas have been paired off by breeders for the last 20 years or so, producing some that stay small — and others that do not…

Cuteness aside, miniature llamas are appealing for a number of reasons, said Susan Morgan, who breeds miniature and Argentine llamas (big, fluffy ones) with her husband, George, in Hastings, Minn. “They’re easier to manage, they eat less and they poop less,” she said…

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