Llama drama: A few woolly friends might snarl Tour de France route

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Stage eight of the Tour de France is notorious for its steep inclines, but riders may face another obstacle during Saturday’s Col du Tourmalet ascent.

We’re talking, of course, about a bevy of llamas.

On July 2, local resident Joël Adagas posted photos of about twenty llamas resting on the tarmac as they often do to keep warm on cool, misty days.

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