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cam·e·lid

 (kăm′ə-lĭd)
n.
Any of various mammals of the family Camelidae, having padded two-toed feet and a cleft upper lip, and including the alpaca, camels, guanaco, llama, and vicuña.

[From New Latin Camēlidae, family name, from Latin camēlus, camel; see camel.]

cam′e·lid adj.

camelid

(kəˈmɛlɪd)
adj
1. (Animals) of or relating to camels
2. (Animals) belonging to the camel family, Camelidae
n
(Animals) any animal of the camel family
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Under the "Alpaca del Per" brand, the first multi-brand store dedicated to the sale of garments and accessories made with the fiber of this Andean camelid was inaugurated at the end of 2017 in Beijing (China).
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2010), and no report of this condition is known for the guanaco Lama guanicoe or in the other South American wild camelid, the vicugna Vicugna vicugna (Nowak and Paradiso, 1983; Redford and Eisenberg, 1992).