The Llama L Trophy Guide

Game: The Llama L
Peripherals: –
Time to Platinum: 5 minutes
Difficulty: 0/10
Missable trophies: None
Trophies: 1 , 9 , 5 , 6
Author: Knoef_NL

Welcome to the trophy guide for The The Llama L This can also be considered a walkthrough and may be used for PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One, Series X and Steam. Achievements for Steam and Xbox are in almost all cases the same as the PlayStation 4/5 Trophies. A roadmap is provided in the stages below.

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Stage 1 – Complete the game


Welcome to the Trophy Guide for The Llama L. It’s another R1 clicker from Webnetic. Hold down R1 for 3 minutes and the platinum trophy is yours.


The Llama L
You have the true player! – Unlock all trophies


Llamas have a variety of colours including white, brown, grey, piebald,
and black.
Eat 9000 blades of grass


They do not drink as much water compared to other animals.
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Llamas eat approximately 2 to 4 percent of their body weight per day.
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Some llamas can grow up to 2 meters tall.
Eat 7500 blades of grass


An adult llama weighs around 127kg up to 200kg.
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The lifespan of the llamas is around 15 to 25 years.
Eat 6500 blades of grass


They are extremely social animals and love to live with herds.
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Its predators are coyotes, mountain lions, ocelots, and humans.
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A young or baby llama is called ‘Cria.’
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‘Lama Glama’ is the llama’s scientific name.
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They’re Easy Keepers
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Llamas Are Used as Therapy Animals
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They Make Good Guard Animals
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They Communicate by Humming
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They Differ From Alpacas
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They Show Displeasure
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Llamas Have Been Used as Pack Animals for Centuries.
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Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals 4,000 to
5,000 years ago in the Peruvian highlands.
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Llamas are members of the camelid family meaning they’re pretty
closely related to camels
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Here comes the grass!
Eat your first grass