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
Wolves are predatory animals and hunt in packs a wolf pack can contain from three to twenty animals and are very good hunters. They hunt together and can bring down animals much larger then themselves, which they may not be able to if they hunted alone.
There are sheep with horns and there are sheep that are wild, some live in the mountains to protect themselves from predators.sheep are herbivores and all breeds of sheep eat grass. Sheep are tough animals in that they can survive harsh climates both hot, dry and cold environments.
Giraffes babies can stand up soon after birth, the mother gives birth whilst standing up. They also sleep standing up, they are known to only sleep five to thirty minutes in a day, they do this by having quick naps that last for a minute to a few minutes at any one time. In the wild Giraffes are becoming threatened animals, as their natural habitat gets smaller by human encroachment.
Groups of sheep are called flocks, they mainly move around in their flocks, A shepherd will keep a watch, sometimes with the help of a dog. Sheep are cute animals, there are stories and nursery rhymes involving sheep, also it is believed that counting sheep is a good way of falling asleep, whether it’s true or not you can find out by counting imaginary sheep just before you fall asleep.
Female elephants are called cows and the males are called bulls. The elephant baby is called a calf. A newborn elephant calf can weigh around 200 to 260 pounds! The newborn baby is able to stand up soon after being born.Generally, African elephants are larger then the Asian elephants.
When the European settlers colonized the Americas, they each had areas where the influence of each European colonies was introduced to the indigenous people as a result, the Indians, as well as speaking indigenous languages, in most part of the Americas, they have adopted the European languages like Spanish, English, Portuguese and French. The Europeans also had missionaries who taught people about Christianity.
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.
Their feet are well adapted to walk-in the desert conditions ,they have large wide feet and can walk in the hot sand for a long period of time. Camels are herbivores, they eat plant-based food and can eat all types of vegetation, there mouth is adapted to eat some thorney plants, which other animals would avoid eating. Camels don’t eat meat
Male giraffes are called bulls, the female giraffe is called a cow and the baby giraffe is called a calf.The scientific name for a giraffe is Giraffa camelopardalis. a group of giraffes is called a tower. Spots on the giraffes look similar but no two giraffes have exactly the same matching spots, a bit like human fingerprints
Monkeys come in different shapes and sizes, they can vary in color also. Monkeys are thought to be clever animals.depending on the natural habitat, and terrain, some species of monkeys spend time living in trees and other species of monkeys mainly live on the ground.
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.
Elephants have a thick skin about an inch thick, but the skin is still sensitive to the sun. an elephant will cover itself with, dust or mud to get relief from the hot sun.
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