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Ellen Forkin

Sign for 'Alpaca' or 'Llama'

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Hey, we're having some Deaf Society visitors to our farm on Saturday and would love to know the sign for ALPACA - or LLAMA as alpacas are quite specific! 

I've seen this pic on the internet but was unsure if this is ASL or accurate. 

We had a BSL interpreter who visited last year tell us the signs for PIG, GOAT, SHEEP, DUCK, CHICKEN but she had never signed an alpaca before! I'm so nervous to have a BSL conversation for the first time, but hopefully the sign CAKE along with some real cake should keep everything ticking over. 😉

Thanks 😊

 

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