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.
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.
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.
The native Americans or indigenous Americans are also known as American Indians. The term Indians came about when Christopher Columbus who was searching for India but ended up in America and thought he was in the East Indies.
In the social structure of wolves, the Alpha pair of wolves are the leaders in the pack the Alpha male and the female are dominant over the whole pack. The alpha pair is the only wolves in the pack that breed and give birth to puppies, and are the first ones to eat after a hunt.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A camel is a mammal that is easily recognized by its characteristic. It has humps and long legs.The Dromedary camels and the Bactrian camels make up the two main species of camels in the world. The Dromedary or the Arabian Camel which has one hump and are found mainly in the middle east and the northeastern countries of Africa, and the Bactrian Camel has two humps, they inhabit in the central Asian regions.
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.
Мuslіms bеlіеvе thаt Gоd Аlmіghtу іs fullу аwаrе оf everything people dо. Fasting isn’t something which Muslims do because their parents said so. The feeling of God-consciousness is the reason why Muslims fast so thаt they саn сultіvаtе аnd dеvеlор the sеnsе оf соnsсіоusnеss оf Gоd Аlmіghtу аnd drаw сlоsеr tо Ніm.
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