Lately guard llamas have become common in many areas, mostly for predator control. However, Mount Lehman Llamas in British Columbia has found a new use for them as evidenced by the photo on the left. The two llamas are guarding a local art gallery.
Since the introduction of the llamas, there have been no losses from the gallery, prompting the Pinkertons to suggest that any would-be thieves are deterred by the thought of being covered by green expectoration.
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