Camelid of great stature and strength, with a beautiful cinnamon color, lives in the wild, adapted to both the coastal areas and the Andean highlands, from Peru to Patagonia.
Today it is protected by international standards. The ancient Andean cultures used both its meat to feed itself and its fiber to create clothes.
Its finesse is slightly higher than that of the vicuña and ranges from 14 to 16 mic.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION: 10,000 kg in Argentina.