Llama With A Prosthetic Limb

A Llama who faced an uncertain future after having his leg amputated due to a severe break, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a custom-made prosthetic. The three-legged Llama affectionately named Tripod by his loving owners, was at risk of being put down after injuring his hind leg. The Llama was spotted hobbling in the wild by his now parents, Sherry Hughes and Marc Field, close to their animal ranch in Bennett, Denver, USA.

A Llama who faced an uncertain future after having his leg amputated due to a severe break, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a custom-made prosthetic. The three-legged Llama affectionately named Tripod by his loving owners, was at risk of being put down after injuring his hind leg. The Llama was spotted hobbling in the wild by his now parents, Sherry Hughes and Marc Field, close to their animal ranch in Bennett, Denver, USA.

A Llama who faced an uncertain future after having his leg amputated due to a severe break, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a custom-made prosthetic. The three-legged Llama affectionately named Tripod by his loving owners, was at risk of being put down after injuring his hind leg. The Llama was spotted hobbling in the wild by his now parents, Sherry Hughes and Marc Field, close to their animal ranch in Bennett, Denver, USA.

A Llama who faced an uncertain future after having his leg amputated due to a severe break, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a custom-made prosthetic. The three-legged Llama affectionately named Tripod by his loving owners, was at risk of being put down after injuring his hind leg. The Llama was spotted hobbling in the wild by his now parents, Sherry Hughes and Marc Field, close to their animal ranch in Bennett, Denver, USA.

A Llama who faced an uncertain future after having his leg amputated due to a severe break, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a custom-made prosthetic. The three-legged Llama affectionately named Tripod by his loving owners, was at risk of being put down after injuring his hind leg. The Llama was spotted hobbling in the wild by his now parents, Sherry Hughes and Marc Field, close to their animal ranch in Bennett, Denver, USA.