What's body parts of the cow used for getting and eating it's food
the same parts that are in a human body. (exept for the 2nd and 3rd stomach)
No there 2 different body parts
All body parts are essential for use by a cow. Not one particular body part is needed over the rest.
No, of course not! Parmesan cheese comes from milk from a cow, not any body parts of a cow.
Cows are the female of the species and don't therefore have male body parts.
Mouth, teeth and tongue, just like any animal.
Those animal with FLAT TEETH🦷 like carabao, cow and rabbit eat
Gelatine is made from cow and pig, of body parts such as the bones, tendon, cartlidge and hooves. =]
Yes, they are. Many mammals are used in the study of humans and their body parts.
The body structure of a cow is similar to most of the other mammals. The main parts of the body include the muzzle, limbs, tails, head, horns, internal organs including the four chambers of the stomach and much more.
The breathing process of cow is not so complicated. It uses the lungs as the main organ for respiration. Oxygen is supplied to various parts of the body through the lungs.
The mouth-parts of a cow are the exact same as a human's.
Hamburger is from all parts of the cow, usually it is from the parts that are cut off while cutting the steaks and roasts.
Cow urine is a boon for humanity actually not bad. Cow urine contains various elements which are present in our body and required by our body.
here it is...
Yes. A lot of microorganisms or microflora are found in the cow's rumen and cecum, as well as all other parts of her body, outside and inside.
The normal body temp. of cow and boffalo is 101.5 degree F
Everything, really. What a carabao has a cow has as well. Why? Because they're closely related, they both belong in the Bovinae subfamily even though they don't share the same Tribe nor Genus.
An adult cow has 13 pairs of ribs in its body.