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.
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.
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.
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
Elephants have a long nose which is called a trunk, they use the trunk to breathe and grab objects, vocalization, drinking, feeding, and to communicate.The tusks are used to move objects, dig, and can be used as a weapon for self-defense.
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.
A camel’s hump is where the camel stores fatty tissues, and uses this stored fat as nourishment when food is hard to find.When the camel uses the stored fat, the hump becomes soft and droops, once they eat food and drink the hump swells back up.
The most common species of wolves are the gray wolf and is the one species of wolves that people are most familiar with. The gray wolves color can range from the most common color with grey and flecked with black to wolves that are brown, red, black and pure white.
In the central and south Americas, there is still a large population of indigenous Indians, They speak several different languages, some features of their culture and tradition is still in practice today
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.
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.
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
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.
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