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Did prehistoric cows ever exist?


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2011-02-24 16:11:47
2011-02-24 16:11:47

Yes they did, as a matter of fact. Aurochs and Celtic Longhorns are a couple of species that have been found to have existed in prehistoric times. The South Devon and the Ancient White Park, among other ancient breeds, are supposedly breeds that have originated in the prehistoric time period.

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