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.
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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.
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.
The sheep is a domesticated animal that is kept as livestock, like cows and chickens and other farm animals.They are believed to be one of the first farmed animals and have been around for thousands of years. Sheep is raised mainly for wool, milk, and meat.
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like sheep, cows, and deer. Giraffes have four stomachs, they are ruminants, in that they have more than one stomach. Digestion occurs in the four-chambered stomach the extra stomachs are all helping in digesting the food.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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