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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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
Male giraffes are called bulls, the female giraffe is called a cow and the baby giraffe is called a calf.The scientific name for a giraffe is Giraffa camelopardalis. a group of giraffes is called a tower. Spots on the giraffes look similar but no two giraffes have exactly the same matching spots, a bit like human fingerprints
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.
Wolves are predatory animals and hunt in packs a wolf pack can contain from three to twenty animals and are very good hunters. They hunt together and can bring down animals much larger then themselves, which they may not be able to if they hunted alone.
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.
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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