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.
Cattle are mainly raised for meat, milk and other dairy products such as cheese, butter, yogurt etc. Many parts of the world people still use cattle that pull carts, ploughs the land for farming, Cattle dung is used for fuel, manure and sometimes used to plaster walls mixed with mud.
Giraffes are easily recognizable, by its long neck and long legs with orange or brown spotted shapes on a white or tan coat.They are the tallest living animals on land.Other characteristics of a giraffe are they have a long tail, long tongue, two small horns known as ossicones and a pair of small ears.
Dromedary camels are mainly found in warmer regions of the world, whilst the Bactrian camels are found in more colder climates. In the winter Bactrian camel grows long wooly coats to protect them from the freezing conditions and in very hot conditions they shed their wooly coat.
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.
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.
Wolves have inspired people to write or include wolves in folklore and fictional stories like, The Boy Who Cried Wolf.The Goat and Her Three Kids.Little Red Riding Hood.Three Little Pigs.The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids.Peter and the Wolf, amongst others.
Indigenous natives of the Americas traditionally hunted for food, many native American Indians practiced fishing and farming and were dependant on agriculture. The indigenous Indians of the Americas also created large structures, they had civilizations like the Mayan, Inca and the Aztec empire.
In the central and south Americas, there is still a large population of indigenous Indians, They speak several different languages, some features of their culture and tradition is still in practice today
In some communities, cows are very much appreciated and people hold a Cow appreciation day.In India, the Hindus have great respect for cows. The Hindus believe that the cows are sacred animals and they are well taken care of and also they let them roam freely even let them roam on the streets. Hindus are mainly vegetarians and do not eat beef. At certain times of the year.
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
The largest animal on land is the elephant, There are two main species, with several subspecies that are related to the two main species of elephants.The African and the Asian elephant are the two main species of elephants.The African elephant has larger ears. which are more Stretched out, while the Asian elephant ears are smaller.
No, the objective of fasting isn’t to make someone sick or place their body under stress. As stated earlier, if a person is sick or traveling they can opt-out of fasting. Gоd Аlmіghtу dоеs nоt іntеnd dіffісultу fоr thоsе whо Не сrеаtеd, Не іntеnds fоr thеm еаsе.
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