Glowing llama

Radioactive llamas
found in Alberta

A farmer in south-western Alberta is producing llamas that glow in the dark. It appears that his farm is on an area that, during the 1950s, was used as a tailings pile for a nearby uranium mine. The radioactivity in the forage has apparently accumulated in the llamas over the past few years.
      The owner of the farm is in the process of building a do-it-yourself nuclear reactor in his silo which he predicts will provide enough power to light up a small city. The pellet-powered reactor will be fueled by the radioactive waste excreted by the llamas.
      The llamas originally came from Mount Lehman Llamas in neighbouring British Columbia.


Our llamas will make you glow!



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Brian and Jane Pinkerton
29343 Galahad Crescent
Mount Lehman
British Columbia
Canada V4X 2E4

Phone: 604-856-3196
E-mail address: brianp@smartt.com

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