thick, soft coat that traps layers of warm air close to its body and protects it from freezing temperatures, The lower teeth of the vicuña grow constantly, like a rodent's, so they can eat the tough grasses, high, grassland plateaus of the Andes mountains which range from southern Peru to northern Chile and into parts of Bolivia and Argentina., At night the heat of the day escapes into the atmosphere and the temperatures go down to freezing., The vicuña also walks on the soles of its feet so it can flex its toes and grab on to the rocks and gravel-covered slopes., They have very long necks, round heads, and large, forward facing eyes. Their ears are long and pointed and stand up on their heads., Vicuñas graze mostly on grasses. Their teeth are large and grow constantly like those of a rodent. They chew their cud when resting getting more nutrients out of the nutrient poor grass..

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