There are about 260 species, that are mainly categorized into two groups, the new world, and the old world monkeys. Monkeys that live in Asia and Africa are called old world monkeys, the ones that live in South America are called new world monkeys. some examples of new world species of monkeys are Howler Monkeys, Spider Monkeys, Titi Monkey, Squirrel Monkeys, and the Owl Monkeys.and some species of the old world monkeys include Baboons, Guenons, Macaques, Mangabeys, and Leaf-monkeys.
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.
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.
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.
At birth, the pups are blind and deaf. It will take about eight months before the pups are old enough to join the pack for hunts. A female wolf is called a bitch and the male is called a dog, the babies are called puppies.
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
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.
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.
At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, most attend communal prayers. After the Eid prayer, people visit family and friends, distribute gifts - especially to the children and give good wishes for the festival. Family gatherings and parties are the highlights of the festival. Special foods and delicacies are prepared for the day and are distributed among neighbors and friends.
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.
Elephants with babies have help from other elephants in the herd. An elephant lives for about seventy years.Elephants are herbivores, they will only eat, grass and fruit, tree bark, bananas, peanuts and other plant-based food– they don’t eat meat.
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.
Monkeys come in different shapes and sizes, they can vary in color also. Monkeys are thought to be clever animals.depending on the natural habitat, and terrain, some species of monkeys spend time living in trees and other species of monkeys mainly live on the ground.
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