IMPORTANT SERIOUS BREAKING NEWS: This Is A Surfing Alpaca

The alpaca is perhaps the most noble member of the camelid family, according to I just made that up. Wikipedia tells us that the animal is native to the Andean region of South America, and that its primary use is not as a beast of burden, but as a source of high-quality hair.

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The alpaca also friggin' shreds, man. Watch Pisco go off out in Hawaii:

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The Peruvian newspaper El Comercio had this to say about the alpaca:

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It was Domingo Pianezzi-former national rowing champion, 44, and professional surfer own academy, who helped her, first to overcome their fears genetic and then stand on that shark is the table stuffed.

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Um, it's worth noting that we ran that through a translator, since it was originally in Spanish. Might there have been something lost along the way? Nope.  Stand on that shark is the table stuffed, baby. All night long.

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Of course, upon watching the video, it's clear that the alpaca is actually terrible at surfing and has no idea what it's doing. Or, for our giant cadre of readers who are surfers: He's a barney! A hodad! A furry little land shark! Not shibby at all!

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Waterskiing squirrel, you mind showing everybody what's really up?

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You win again, squirrel.

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