Staff and students at Trinidad State Junior College had a very unusual guest Wednesday.
A llama appeared on campus. The school says the animal wasn't aggressive, but would not let anyone get near it.
Trinidad police tried unsuccessfully to round it up. They ended up following it to the edge of town, and the llama took off into the foothills.
TSJC says the llama may have escaped from a sitter while its owners were away.
The college shared the below video of the llama's adventures on campus:
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