When you think about alpacas, you probably think on the Andes mountains as well. Maybe you recall a photo of alpacas wandering near Machu Picchu or the surroundings. Truth is alpacas are everywhere today. Despite the fact they are still mainly in Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina, they are also in North America, Australia, New Zealand, China and zoos all around the world.
Alpacas like the heights of the Andes and cold weather, but they are domestic and quite adaptable too. They can live peacefully in regions that are warmer or flat. All they need is some space to wander about and a lot of plants to eat.
Now, as promised, here a list of alpaca photos you can freely use. Just make sure to respect and comply with the photographers' requirements when doing it.
Young male alpaca by Seb Hunt
Alpaca semiprofile by Seb Hunt
Baby alpaca in Peru by Natascha Martogli
Alpaca herd in Peru by Natascha Martogli
Curious baby alpaca by Pierre J
Was that an alpaca smooch? by Katherine
Alpaca with its family by Liz
Baby alpaca after fleece by Miriam
Welcome to the world! by Katherine
Alpaca with wool by Kubi
Alpaca and its baby by Liz M
Two baby alpacas by Sid
Baby alpaca in the Andes by j_gldsck
Alpacas in Peru by Paul Summers
Alpacas in Sacsayhuaman by Susan Campo
A tender baby alpaca by Jim Lietsman
Alpaca and baby by Terence McCormack
Hello! by Miguel Muñoz
A slender alpaca by Michelle Bender
Sunset with alpacas by Jim Donahue