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"The Ruff & Reddy Show" Sky High Fly Guy (TV Episode 1960)

The Ruff & Reddy Show


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  • Episode aired Feb 6, 1960
  • 4m



Ruff and Reddy seek refuge in a hot-air balloon, which flies off after they flee from a carnival policeman.Ruff and Reddy seek refuge in a hot-air balloon, which flies off after they flee from a carnival policeman.Ruff and Reddy seek refuge in a hot-air balloon, which flies off after they flee from a carnival policeman.


    • Joseph Barbera
    • William Hanna
    • Joseph Barbera(story)
    • Charles Shows(dialogue)
    • Don Messick(voice)
    • Daws Butler(voice)
    • Jimmy Blaine
    • Joseph Barbera
    • William Hanna
    • Joseph Barbera(story)
    • Charles Shows(dialogue)
    • Don Messick(voice)
    • Daws Butler(voice)
    • Jimmy Blaine
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    Don Messick

    • Ruff
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    Daws Butler

    • Reddy
    • (voice)

    Jimmy Blaine

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      • Joseph Barbera
      • William Hanna
      • Joseph Barbera(story)
      • Charles Shows(dialogue)
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      • February 6, 1960 (United States)
      • English
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    environmental education games

    for younger children age "How Luntik came to visit us"

    teacher Mikheeva N. I.

    Purpose of the lesson:

    Through the game to communicate with wildlife, to explain inseparability of man and nature. Discuss the main differences between birds and fish. nine0008


    1. Butaca Butaboret TV;

    2. soft toy Luntik;

    3. bird cage;

    4. fish tank;

    5. food for fish and poultry;

    6. toys in the group of fish and birds.

    Educator: Sit down, guys, now we will watch our TV (sets, Luntik appears on the TV).

    Luntik: Hello guys! I am Luntik, I flew to your kindergarten from the moon. I am the same as you. I walk on my feet, I have there are arms, a torso, a head, eyes, a nose, a mouth, here ... only the ears are different (comes out with screen). I want you to show me your garden, I have never been to a garden, group, and, in general, everything that you have. nine0008

    Educator: Let's show Luntik everything we have we have (the guys get up). This is the playroom, this is where we play, this is toys are books.

    Luntik approaches the cage with the bird.

    – Who or what is this?

    Educator: Tell me, who is this?

    Children: Birdie!

    Luntik: Birdie? I don't know who or what she is. does. We, on the Moon, do not have such birds. Where are her hands? And what is that nose? mouth? nine0008

    Educator: Let's tell Luntik about birds. The bird does not have hands, but what (child's name) answer is wings. She flies across the sky tree to tree. And this is not a nose and not a mouth, but (child's name) beak. Beaked birdie gets food: eats beetles and worms that harm trees by eating leaves, fruits. The birds sing very beautifully. Birds should not be offended, in winter people feed them. We can't live without birds.

    Luntik: Wow! So the birds are ours friends. nine0008

    Educator: Children, birds are our friends?

    Children: Yes!

    Educator: Should we take care of them? After all, they help us.

    Children: Yes!

    Luntik approaches the aquarium.

    – Who is this? They are neither people nor birds. They don't have legs or arms no wings, no beak. They're in the water. Who is this?

    Teacher: Tell Luntik who it is?

    Children: Fish!

    Educator: Yes, they are fish. They only live in water. They have a mouth, eyes, fins, a tail. They are very useful for people, they purify the water.

    Luntik: Birds fly across the sky,

    Fish swim in the water.

    Wow! How many interesting things do you have in the group: both birds and fish in the aquarium. So glad look at them and take care of them. These are your friends. nine0008

    Teacher: Yes, birds, fish and all animals are our friends. We can't live without them, and they can't live without us. Now let's show Luntik, how birds fly (the game "Birds").

    Luntik: Now let's play fish.

    Educator: Let's play (the game "Fish").

    Educator: Luntik, guys, let's feed a bird and a fish, and we will show Luntik our toys. nine0008

    Gradually Luntik and the children switch to other activities.


    Birds, high . ..,

    They waved so easily, so easily.

    The birds sat on the clearing,

    They ate grains with their beaks (bale-bale-bale).

    Then they flew in a flock, making a circle.

    Repeat 2 times


    (Going imitation of the actions of the teacher, who with his hands depicts the swimming of fish and fin movements).

    Fast, fast we are sailing,

    And now be quiet.

    And now we get up completely.

    Nobody hears us.

    Repeat 2 times


    on environmental education

    for younger children The age of

    “Maya Bee”

    Educator Mikheeva N.I.

    Purpose of the lesson:

    make it clear to children that living nature is a diverse world. To acquaint with a useful insect - a bee, its appearance, establish relationship between flora, fauna and humans. nine0008


    1. Maya the bee is a knitted toy on a stick.

    2. Foam bed.

    3. Flower assembly (root, stem, 2 leaves, core, petals).

    4. 2 honey baskets.

    5. Disposable spoons (according to the number of children).

    6. Watering cans for children (according to the number of children).

    Educator: The sun peeked through the window

    Someone at the door knocked, buzzed over there.

    Indicates a door. The door opens, a bee flies in.

    Maya the Bee: Zhu-zhu-zhu! The bee loves to buzz!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! Wings flap!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! The bee loves to collect honey!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! From flower to flower fly! nine0008

    - Oh, where are your flower beds, where are the flowers - my friends?

    Teacher: We have plants in pots on window sill, and the flowers really grow in the flower beds, and in the forests, and in the fields. But we will help Maya the bee. Guys, let's assemble a flower from these parts.

    Plants a bee. In the corner of the game are the constituent elements flower and flower bed.

    - This will be a flower bed (round-shaped foam rubber, painted in green), it is empty. Here is the root (takes a dummy). Let's make a hole, plant root there. Take watering cans and water our flower bed. nine0008

    Educator: Grow, grow, flower,

    Grow, grow, my friend!

    Maya the bee is waiting for you,

    She is pollen will collect.

    And the guys will have delicious, healthy honey.

    – Guys, where is the stem? (searching, finding, sticking in a hole)

    Where is leaves? (Invites children to attach leaves to the stem, then joins core and petals. It turns out a flower)

    Maya the Bee: Oh, flower! What a big, beautiful! Let's dance around it.

    Educator: The bee flies, collects the children.

    Get in a circle, kids.

    I your friend, and you, my friend! (dancing)

    Maya the bee: Thank you guys! I flew into my the house is a hive, my family lives there. There we make a house. And when you have a cold will come, you will be helped, of course, honey. It is tasty and healthy. Here I have a little, I want to treat you. nine0008

    The teacher invites the children to sit down, takes out spoons and together with the bee Maya treats everyone with honey. The children are grateful.

    Maya the Bee: Zhu-zhu-zhu! I feed you!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! Here I am flying away!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! no bees offend!

    Zhu-zhu-zhu! And flowers plant!

    Goodbye guys!

    Flies away. nine0008

    "Guys and animals" description and video - watch on the Karusel channel



    Why does a squirrel need a tail. This amazingly long, wide and light tail is needed for a squirrel to make beautiful jumps. The tail is her steering wheel and at the same time a parachute. With the help of its tail, a squirrel can jump from the top of a tall tree to the ground or to a branch of a neighboring tree. The squirrel is very proud of its tail and makes sure that it is always clean and always dry. Even when the animal swims across a river or stream - and the squirrel swims perfectly - the tail sticks out high above the water. This is necessary to maintain balance. nine0008

    How does a squirrel eat? Squirrels have large front teeth - incisors. This is to make it more convenient for her to chew. Squirrel teeth grow throughout life, and she has to constantly chew on something hard to grind them down. She picks the cones from the tree, and when she cannot find a cone at the top, she jumps to the ground. On the ground, a thrifty animal is looking for fallen cones, mushrooms, acorns, seeds or berries. Sometimes the squirrel catches insects or collects bird eggs. He will quickly grab something edible and run up the trunk. He will eat, and what he cannot, he will hide in the crack of a tree or bury in the ground to eat in winter. And she often forgets where she put all the stocks. Sometimes other animals find the squirrel pantry. And the squirrel even eats bark and dry stems in winter. nine0008

    Squirrel house. The squirrel has many places to rest. It can be a hollow or a nest of a large bird. But besides this, the squirrel also has a permanent home, which she builds herself. Every evening she returns there and sleeps until morning, because the squirrel is a diurnal animal and does not see anything at night. Sometimes she arranges her house in a hollow, but most often the squirrel builds it from branches. The squirrel's house is like a ball. It has two entrances. One is the main one, and the other is the spare. If a squirrel sees an enemy somewhere, it runs away from its dwelling through an emergency exit. Inside the squirrel house there are dry leaves and soft moss to keep the squirrels warm. Baby squirrels are born naked, hairless, and completely helpless. The squirrel feeds the kids with milk and warms it with its body, and when it leaves, it covers it with moss. Gradually, the babies become overgrown with wool, get out of the nest and start playing nearby. nine0008

    Arctic fox


    Arctic fox in winter and summer. Arctic foxes live where there is frost even in summer. This is the Far North, permafrost, snow-covered tundra. A fur coat protects the fox from frost and bad weather. In summer it is dark grey. The fox's summer coat is not very warm, because at this time of the year there are no severe frosts. And by winter, Arctic foxes molt from head to paws, and they grow a new, long, fluffy coat. With the onset of cold weather, the entire fur of the fox becomes white or light gray. Its long, long tail becomes especially magnificent and beautiful in winter. And on the pads of the paws, "snowshoes" grow - thick dense wool. Therefore, the arctic fox never fails even in deep snow. In a new winter coat, these animals are almost invisible in the snow. Thick and fluffy warm fur warms the fox even in the most severe frost and blizzard. nine0008

    What does the fox eat? The arctic fox is a carnivorous animal, therefore it eats meat. In order to get their own food, sometimes arctic foxes stay close to polar bears, because where a polar bear is, there is always food. The arctic fox follows the bear everywhere, and regales on what the bear has caught for lunch. But most often, arctic foxes prey on small rodents - mice, lemmings. They eat bird eggs, raw fish, and sometimes taste sweet berries. It is very interesting to watch how the arctic fox catches mice in winter. First, he listens to see if the mouse squeaks under the snow, then jumps up and breaks through the snow ice crust with all the weight of his body. Immediately he rakes the snow with his paws, and grabs a mouse with his teeth. Everything that the arctic fox cannot eat, he buries in reserve. nine0008

    Arctic fox house. When it's time to breed, foxes dig a shallow hole in the ground, and every year they strengthen and expand their underground home. After a few years, the hole becomes a real underground city with a large number of corridors and exits. Two or even three arctic fox families can live in this city-house, and each family can have twenty puppies-cubs. And when the cubs grow up, the arctic foxes no longer need an underground hole. And in order to hide in a strong snow storm, they dig a hole right in the snow and wait out the bad weather there. Arctic foxes can stay in their snow house for several days. nine0008



    What are the types of penguins? The penguin is the only bird that can swim but cannot fly. In addition, it is the only bird that can walk standing up. On land, they clumsily waddle with short legs and run around, as if pumping from paw to paw. The body of the penguin is covered with feathers, short and dense. Feathers on the back are black, and the belly is white. The largest and largest of the penguins is the emperor penguin, its height is about two meters. Emperor penguins live in Antarctica. But not all penguins live where it's cold. There are so-called Humboldt penguins that live in South America. It's warm there, and these penguins love to swim in the cool current, refreshing themselves after the 30-degree heat. nine0008

    Swimming penguins. Penguins are excellent swimmers and spend most of their lives in the water. In water, webbed feet serve as oars, a triangular tail as a rudder, and wings as flippers. It is with them that penguins row when swimming and diving. In the water, the body temperature of the penguin drops, so they are very active - they dive deeper and emerge to the surface of the water to keep warm. In the water they catch their food.

    Penguins. These birds nest on the coasts, near the seas and oceans. Flocks of penguins are called colonies. Nests are arranged on stones or pebbles, as well as under tree roots and in caves. Like all birds, penguins have babies from eggs. Interestingly, for emperor penguins, it is the father, and not the mother, who incubates the egg. He carries the egg in a special pocket for two months. All penguin chicks hatch sighted, covered with thick down. Grown up chicks huddle in dense groups, as if in a nursery for protection from dangers, when parents leave for food. nine0008



    Striped raccoon. The raccoon is the most famous in the raccoon family. It was named so because this cheerful and agile animal loves to rinse everything in water: both edible and inedible. He does it very actively: he rinses, rubs, releases from his paws. It catches again and rinses again. Why the raccoon does this - no one knows for sure. Perhaps simply because he is a big tidy man and so washes away smells that he does not like. That is why he always lives near rivers and lakes. nine0008

    How does a cleaner eat? All day long the raccoon sleeps in the hollow, and in the evening it goes out in search of food. The raccoon, although a predator, eats absolutely everything: plants, fruits and berries; insects and worms. Sometimes he catches birds or eats their eggs. The raccoon swims very well and deftly catches fish and crayfish in shallow waters. But before eating a tidbit, the raccoon will always take it in its front paws and start rinsing it in the water. And after washing, he sits on his hind legs and has dinner with appetite.

    Bear's younger brother. Despite being the size of a small dog, a raccoon has a lot in common with a bear. And all because the raccoon has long thick hair, similar to a bear. While walking, the animal tilts its head, bends its back and, lowering its long fluffy tail, walks slowly, waddling from side to side. And when the cold winter comes and food becomes scarce, the raccoon hibernates. He sleeps in a hollow, curled up until warm weather comes and winter is over. Just like a real bear in its winter lair. nine0008

    Raven and crow


    Raven and crow. The raven lives in Europe, in North America, in North Africa, and is found in almost all of Asia. Any climatic conditions are suitable for him: the desert, and the tundra, and the forests, and the plateau.
    Don't confuse crow and crow. The crow lives in the city, and it can be seen in every yard, but not everyone has seen a crow. In an ordinary crow, only the head, wings and tail are black, and all other feathers are gray, and in a raven, all plumage is dense, beautiful black - bright, with a metallic sheen. Raven is a large bird, its body length reaches half a meter. nine0008

    Wise raven. Raven is an extremely intelligent bird. The raven can imitate the voices of various animals and even the voice of a person. So he can outwit both man and his enemies - animals. The gait of this bird is also unusual, the raven always walks with dignity, slowly walking on the ground, he holds his head straight, and will never scream idle. And most importantly, the raven cries not like a crow: “Kar-Kar”, but softly “Kruk, kruk”. Crows usually fly in flocks. They are very proud and brave. He is not afraid to fight with an eagle and even a hawk. nine0008

    Chicks. Raven families are very friendly. Young birds unite in families once and for life. Every year at the beginning of spring they have chicks, and before the crows appear, future parents build a nest. Crows always choose a suitable place on the tops of tall trees. As soon as the nest is ready, the female lays her eggs, usually in the second half of February. The clutch usually contains four to six bluish-green eggs with dark spots. Chicks appear in April. Mom and dad feed the kids in turn, bringing small insects in their beaks. A month later, the cubs begin to fly on their own, but their parents continue to look after them. And only by autumn do children leave their parental nest and begin an independent life. nine0008



    Why do deer need antlers? Reindeer are easily recognizable by their huge antlers. At the ends of the horns are like small shoulder blades. If you look closely, you can see that a small horn hangs over the muzzle of a deer. It also expands into a vertical toothed "shovel". The deer can use it to rake the snow and dig deer moss, or reindeer moss, out from under it. The father deer sheds his antlers in November-December, and the mother deer keeps them until April-May. New horns begin to grow about two weeks after the animal has shed the old ones. And horns can be formidable weapons. nine0008

    What do reindeer eat? In winter, deer feed mainly on lichens, moss and reindeer moss. Lichens grow on the ground under deep snow. To get to them, reindeer can dig through the snow with their antlers. It turns out a hole with a depth of almost a meter. Each deer guards his feeding place, his hole in the snow that he dug. Sometimes they even have to drive other deer away with their antlers. When deer are thirsty, they eat snow instead of water, because all rivers and lakes are covered with thick ice. The snow melts in the deer's mouth and turns into water. nine0008

    Fur outfit. In winter, the deer's fur is long, especially on the neck, where it hangs in a thick mane. Winter color ranges from dark to almost white. But summer fur is much shorter and softer than winter fur. The summer color of the fur of wild deer is monophonic coffee-brown or gray-brown. The deer coat is very warm, each fluff of reindeer fur is filled with air - this helps to keep warm in the most severe frost.

    Dogs nine0437


    Bernese Shepherd. The Bernese Shepherd was born in the Alps, Switzerland. This is a shepherd dog. People taught this dog to protect livestock and not let it go far into the mountains and dense forests. So the Bernese Shepherd Dog became a guard dog, and for these qualities it was called a shepherd dog. These dogs are excellent guards and rescuers. They have amazing hearing and scent. They swim well and run fast. To a person they are true and devoted friends. But most of all, Bernese Shepherds love to be friends with children. nine0008

    Tail, paws, ears. The tail of the Bernese Shepherd must not be curled or held close to the back. The tail itself is always covered with thick hair. The paws of these dogs are powerful and short, and the gait is confident and sweeping. Tightly set, triangular ears at rest are pressed to the head. When the dog senses danger, he lifts and slightly pushes them forward.

    Wool and dyeing The Bernese Shepherd has a tricolor coat. This is considered the hallmark of the breed. The main color is black, with red or brown spots on all four legs, cheeks and above the eyes. Interestingly, these dogs always have a white “star” on their foreheads and a white “cross” on their chests. The wool is very dense, because Bernese Shepherds were born in the mountains, where there is a lot of snow. Therefore, such wool perfectly protects them from the cold. nine0008



    How does a hamster eat? Wild hamsters sleep during the day and go in search of food late at night. They are very fond of chewing on young shoots of flax, beans, peas and other grain plants. The hamster bends the stems with its front paws and bites off the ear. Then he peels it, takes the grains and puts them in cheek pouches. This is a very convenient place for transportation. The cheeks of the hamster swell and become round-round. So he comes to his house, in which he has a pantry, takes out the grain and goes back to the field. And so it does until the pantry is full. nine0008

    Hamster house. Domestic hamsters live in cages. This house was prepared for them by a man. Wild hamsters build very deep minks. They are fairly easy to spot in the field. When a hamster digs a mink, he scatters the excess earth around him. There must be several rooms in a mink. The whole hamster family lives in one room. And hamster babies are born in it, this is his bedroom, there are leaves and moss in it to make it warmer in winter. The large room is a storage room. In it, he puts supplies for the winter, which he brings from the field. In a mink, a hamster must have two entrances. This is necessary in order to escape from the enemy if he climbs into the mink. nine0008

    How does a hamster protect itself from enemies? The hamster is not living as calmly as he would like. He has enemies. Owl, crow, ferret, weasel are animals that prey on hamsters. Sometimes even dogs hunt for a hamster. But a hamster never gives up. He tries to run away, and if predators overtake him, he fights with his last strength and tries to scratch or bite the enemy. The hamster is always ready for defense, at the slightest pretext it stands on its hind legs, and can even jump high. A disgruntled hamster growls, snorts, gnashes his teeth, clicks them hard, puffs out his cheeks. nine0008



    What does a nutria eat? Nutria feeds on young shoots of reeds, water lilies, water chestnuts and other sweet roots, herbs and tree branches. The nutria has 20 teeth, which are excellent for grinding food. Ahead, bright orange incisors are especially noticeable - 2 on top and 2 on the bottom. The incisors grow throughout life, and by their color you can determine how old the nutria is and whether it is healthy. The mouth of the nutria is designed so that it can gnaw even under water. And so that during underwater eating water does not get into her mouth or nose, her lips are tightly compressed behind the incisors, and the special obturator muscles in the nose close like a door, and not a single drop of water will enter the nose! nine0008

    Coypu enemies. The enemies of the nutria are jackals, wolves, cats and stray dogs. The nutria does not have very good eyesight and smell, she sees well only in the evening - this is how her eyes are arranged, and the rest of the time the nutria relies on hearing. Her hearing is excellent. When a nutria hears a rustling, she becomes alert, looks around to determine where the sound is coming from. And if it turns out that a predator is approaching a nutria, it rushes to its heels. It just seems like she's inflexible. The nutria runs very quickly, but gets tired quickly. Therefore, she arranges her nest near the water, and in case of danger, she can find salvation there. She can swim under water for a hundred meters and emerge far from the place where the predator is. nine0008

    Coypu house. The nutria builds its house near shallow swamps and lakes. She digs holes or makes a house on the shore from thin stalks of reeds and other plants that grow nearby. The nutria house resembles a bird's nest. It is very fragile, and she is constantly building new houses, moving from place to place. On the shores of swamps and swampy lakes, one can often see such nests abandoned by nutrias.

    Goat nine0437


    What does a goat eat. The goat is a herbivore. Therefore, she eats any vegetation with great pleasure. Grass, wild onions, vegetables, tender leaves on trees. In summer, goats graze in the fields and nibble fresh grass, and in winter they live in a barn and people feed them hay. Goats need salt, so all domestic goats must be given salt. Goats are very neat animals; they may refuse to eat if they see other goats eating from their personal feeder. Or she doesn't like the smell and thinks the food in the feeder is dirty. nine0008

    Goat character. Domestic goats are very easily attached to humans. They love affection and are easy to train. The goat is a very frisky, cheerful and curious animal. Goats do not like loneliness, so they always have fun when there are a lot of them, and even better if there is a whole herd of them. Just a few minutes after birth, goat kids run after their mother goat and play happily. But they especially like to jump and climb on some high objects, play hide and seek and catch up. nine0008

    Why does a goat need horns? The horns of goats and goats come in a variety of shapes. There are horns in the form of a sickle, they are very, very long, and there are, like a screw, on goats. The goats arrange tournament fights to prove who is the strongest. To do this, they stand on their hind legs and knock their horns together with a loud thud. Whoever wins the tournament battle will become the leader of the herd.



    Green iguana. The green iguana is an arboreal lizard that lives in the hot, humid, tropical forests of South America and spends most of its life on trees that grow along the banks of water bodies. On the trees, the iguana sleeps, eats and hides from enemies, and very rarely descends to the ground. It is very easy for an iguana to climb bark and branches, because the structure of its body is perfectly adapted to this. It clings to branches with long, sharp claws, and its strong, large tail helps maintain balance. nine0008

    How to escape from enemies? The most dangerous enemies of the iguana are predatory animals, birds and snakes. Green iguanas camouflage against green leaves. And if the danger is still approaching, the special structure of the body helps the iguana to hide from the predator - a flexible spine and very strong paws with clawed fingers. This helps her to run and jump at high speed along the branches, and then, jumping into the water, swim quickly, moving her tail like a crocodile. At the same time, she presses her paws to the body, and the spine wriggles like a snake. An iguana can dive and stay underwater for almost half an hour. And if the predator nevertheless takes her by surprise, she inflates her throat bag, tries to bite, scratch and beats her tail menacingly. But if this does not help, then she can drop her tail and run away. The predator remains with the tail, while the iguana's tail grows back after a while. nine0008

    Why does the iguana come down to earth? Despite the fact that the iguana spends most of his time in the trees, occasionally he still goes down to take care of the procreation. An iguana is a reptile, which means that its cubs come from eggs. When an iguana turns 3 years old, she becomes quite an adult, which means it's time to acquire offspring. She descends from the tree to the ground, digs a deep hole in the damp, soft, warm earth with her long strong fingers, and lays her eggs there. Then he diligently buries them in order to hide them from predators and so that a high temperature is constantly maintained in the egg-laying, and again returns to the tree, to his usual environment. From birth, iguana cubs are completely independent and do not need maternal help at all. nine0008



    Who is she? Lama is an unusual animal. And he lives on the very edge of the earth, in the distant, mysterious country of Peru. Llamas are very beautiful: they have a thin long neck, pointed ears, and the body is covered with fluffy hair. Peru is a mountainous country, but llamas easily walk along the narrow mountain paths, because they have hooves on their feet, and on their hooves there are soft callus pads. She needs these pads so that she can walk softly and comfortably on the stones. nine0008

    Lama mothers. So much trouble with children! Feed them, wash them with their tongues, and see to it that they don't run away. As soon as the cub is born, it immediately opens its eyes, gets up and asks for food. And the mother lama feeds him with her milk. It is very thick and oily, so the little llama grows very quickly - not by the day, but by the hour. And the llama-mother herself tries to eat more so that there is always enough milk.

    Llama coat. Llamas live in cold climates and have dense, soft and warm coats.

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