cows have one stomach and the stomachs divided into four separate compartments for digestion.cows can be pregnant for nine months like humans.cows can produce 125 lbs a day. An average cow can spend 8 hrs. eating, 8 hours. chewing their cud and 8 hours. sleeping.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
So, among the most important things that the Muslims do - at any time, but especially in Ramadan - is to pray to Allah- the One True God, as believed by the Muslims. In the month of Ramadan Muslims who have the means, donate money to charities and give Zakat.
plant-based foods like nuts, seeds, flowers and fruits, leaves.Some species of monkeys will also eat small animals like lizards, insects, and eggs. As part of their social behavior monkeys groom each other for hours, grooming helps to keep the monkeys clean by taking dirt and bugs out from the fur. This grooming process is an expression of bonding and affection.
Wolves are carnivores and mainly eat meat, they can hunt for varied animals, such as elk, deer, sheep, moose, amongst other animals, they also hunt for smaller animals like mice, squirrels , and weasels amongst other small animals. Wolves can swim and can run up to 40 mph when chasing in a hunt.
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.
Wolves give birth to about four to six puppies in the spring, they give birth in their underground dens or hole. The pups are very small at birth around a pound in weight and are fed by the adult who carries food in their stomachs and regurgitates the food to the pups.
You can get a cow to go up the stairs but due to their knee structure, they are unable to walk down the stairs.Cows have excellent ability to smell and hear, much better than humans.
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.
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