Milk, meat, and leather come from cows. They can live in practically any climate, but prefer warmer places. They can devour 300 pounds a day with four stomachs.


Elk are North America, Central America, and East Asia's largest land mammals. It eats grass, plants, and shrubs. Mountain, woodland, and meadow dwellers.


Pigs were domesticated 9,000 BC. North Africa, far northern Eurasia, & Antarctica. Smart and social pigs 60 million are raised on U.S. farms as a principal food source.


The dog as a pet is a worldwide phenomenon. They are well-liked by others because of their loyalty and expertise. There is a wide array of dog breeds available.


Pet cats are common. They consume largely meat but also veggies. Retractable claws help cats to hunt rodents and birds. While domesticated, wild cats fend for themselves.


Bees are important because they pollinate many different kinds of plants. They mostly subsist on pollen and nectar. Queen bees, male drones, and female workers make up a colony.


Owls are nocturnal, solitary birds. They hunt mice, rabbits, and birds with keen talons. Other owls catch small dogs from yards. America has 19 owl species.


These bright, resourceful omnivores are little. They're adaptive and live everywhere except Antarctica. The red fox is the most common fox worldwide.


Only bats can fly and move better than birds in the air. Different types of bats differ in size, but they all help humans. The guano in bay faeces can be utilised as fertiliser.

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