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Alpacas to stage acts in Xiamen Ling Ling Int'l Circus this Friday

Updated: 2014-05-15
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Ling Ling
Alpaca of Xiamen Ling Ling International Circus
 
2 alpacas were introduced into the Xiamen Ling Ling International Circus and will stage amazing acts on Friday night. The staff of the Xiamen Ling Ling International Circus sheared the alpacas yesterday to change their images for the coming acts.
 
An alpaca is a domesticated species of South American camelid. It resembles a small llama in appearance. Alpacas are social herd animals that live in family groups consisting of a territorial alpha male, females and their young. Alpacas warn the herd about intruders by making sharp, noisy inhalations that sound like a high-pitched bray. The herd may attack smaller predators with their front feet, and can spit and kick.
 
According to staff, the performance schedule will be changed for the formal opening day (June 28th) of the Xiamen Ling Ling International Circus. There will be 2 performances every week (one performance on Friday night and one performance on Saturday night) from today to June 27th.
 
SOURCE: WOX Team
 
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