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.
Another species of camels are the wild bacteria camels who are thought to be on the verge of extinction as their numbers are limited, and are found mainly in Mongolia and the in the northwest of China
However, He requires that a fixed number of fasts be completed in the month of Ramadan, so that people may magnify and glorify God Almighty for guidance and clarity, and also so that people may become grateful for His favors which people enjoy on a daily basis.
Zakat is a religious obligation for all Muslims. Giving Zakat is compulsory, Muslims that meet the necessary criteria of wealth are obliged to give a set amount of one’s wealth to charity. Zakat is one of the five Pillars of Islam.
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.
The Bactrian and the dromedary camels are domesticated by humans. Camels are used by humans for carrying loads and used for general transport. they are a good source of food, they provide, milk and meat. A male camel is called a bull the female camel is called a cow and the baby camel is called a calf.
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.
Giraffes are found in the savannas and open woodlands of Africa. They are herbivores, they will only eat plant-based food like leaves, flowers, fruits amongst other vegetations.when a giraffe needs to drink water, it has to bend or spread the front legs to lower itself as the neck of a giraffe is too short to get to the water on the ground. Giraffes don’t need to drink water all the time as they get most of their water from their food, they only drink water at intervals of few days.
Cows are groomed, washed and decorated and honored on the day of Gopastami. Gopastami is a festival dedicated to cows and Lord Krishna. Devotees show respect to the cows. Cows give milk like a mother which helps to fulfill the required nutrition for the people.
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.
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.
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.
The pygmy marmoset monkeys are thought to be the worlds smallest monkey species from the new world, and the Mandrill monkey is the worlds largest and is found in the old world monkey category. Monkeys don’t eat bananas only, they have a varied diet, most monkeys diet includes
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