BERKELEY, California -- Llamas roamed UC Berkeley's campus on Monday, with organizers saying it's a way for students to de-stress before finals next week.
Geo Caldwell has been caring for llamas for the past 35 years and says the animals have a special connection with people.
"Students from all these different cultures inherently just know, 'I can open up, I can just love these guys,'" he said. "And the llamas know they can do the same thing."
Cal has brought llamas to campus for the past four years.