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Video: Llamas On The Lloose!

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Freedom was fleeting for two renegade llamas in a Phoenix, Arizona suburb today, as authorities managed to llasso the two beautiful, glorious creatures after a short chase that captivated the nation. Millions tuned in as the story was happening llive and llatebreaking.

Scroll ahead to the 2:41 mark to watch the llama chase from the Fox 10 llivestream. If you need a condensed version, check it out sped up and set to "Yakety Sax".

It is unclear where the animals originated from before they went on the llam in Sun City. There is even speculation they may not even be llamas, but alpacas.

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Would you be surprised to llearn that it was the black llama that was captured first? No, of course not. This is Arizona.

Unfortunately not long after his black friend was llassoed, the white llama was roped in by some Johnny Llawmen.


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