By-and-by they would again start an ostrich or a guanaco, and pull it down within 500 or 600 yards.
The vicuña and guanaco also do not work in the service of man.
They are manly fellows of great strength and courage, and go about clothed only with a guanaco skin.
Paganel had scarcely looked at it before he exclaimed, "A guanaco!"
They are a hunting tribe, the guanaco being the chief object of their pursuit and source of subsistence.
We looked about to discover the spot where we had left the guanaco.
I was thinking of the ostriches I had observed when I saw over a ridge to the left the ears of a guanaco.
We crowed over them, however, for they had not killed either a guanaco or a puma.
I could see the first guanaco, an old buck, peering with his long neck swaying, and looking at the Tostado which I had tied up.
He was probably a guanaco or llama, commonly known as the Peruvian sheep.