Elephants live in families groups called herds, the group mainly consists of related female elephants.The leader of the group is called the Matriarch, she is usually the oldest and most experienced female. The only males in the herd are the calves, the young male calves will stay with the herd until they are about 12 to 15 years old, then they will leave the herd to live a solitary life like most male elephants.
A Pack of Wolves howling together could be to communicate or to send territorial or a confrontational message to another pack. A lost or a single wolf howls to seek attention from the rest of the pack wolves could start howling because another wolf has already started to howl.
Cows have almost, 300-degree vision, with blind spots right in front and behind the cow. allowing them to see predators coming from any direction. they drink about 40 gallons water a day,this water helps the cows make milk.they can eat over 100 lbs of food per day, and can chew about 50 times per minute
An adult male giraffe can reach a height of 5.5 meters.Males are bigger and taller than the females.A female giraffe is about 4.3 meters tall.The giraffe’s neck and legs each can be up to six feet long. The height of a giraffe helps them to reach food high up in the trees and also to keep a watch out for predators like hyenas, lions, and African wild dogs.
There are several types of cows, the male is called a bull whilst a female that hasn’t given birth is called a heifer, the baby is called a calf. Cows will only produce milk once they have given birth
Camels can drink a lot of water, up to 30 gallons at one time, they can also go without water for long periods of time. Camels are well suited to live in the desert, where the conditions are hot and dry. Their thick coats help them stay cool from the sun.
The native Americans or indigenous Americans are also known as American Indians. The term Indians came about when Christopher Columbus who was searching for India but ended up in America and thought he was in the East Indies.
When cows graze, they don’t t bite the grass, instead, the cows are curling their tongues around it.When cows chew the cud the cows actually regurgitate the food that was digested partially in the stomach. They have four digestive compartments in the one stomach. Cows are actually unable to vomit or throw up.
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