What is an example of a ungulated?
An ungulate is a hoofed mammal. They're divided into even-toed ungulates (pigs, camels, deer, cows, etc.) and odd toed ungulates (horses, rhinoes, etc) and a third group which includes elephants, hyraxes, and manatees. All of these are ungulates. The ungulate you are most likely to see on a daily basis is probably the cow. See related link. ...
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What are a cow features?
A cow is a mammal that has four legs and is an even-toed ungulate (split or cloven hoofed). Cows are also ruminants, which means they regurgitate partially digested food to chew it further (cud). Cows also have four stomach chambers and large udders for the production of milk. ...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology
Why is a pig classified as an ungulate and an artiodactyl?
A pig is classified as an ungulate because it has hooves. It is classified as an artiodactyl also because it has an even number of toes. ...
Which is the biggest ungulate?
The largest odd-toed ungulate is the white rhinoceros, while the largest even toed ungulate is the giraffe. An ungulate is a mammal with hooves, and not real "toes" When you think of hooves, you could think of horses or deer. Both are ungulates. There are two types of ungulates. Even toed and odd toed. Odd toed ungulates have 1, 3, 5 and so on toes. Even toed have 2, 4, and so on. ...
Asked in Cattle Diets and Nutrition
What will happen if the cow fed placenta?
Cows naturally eat the placenta after their calf is born. This is to deter predators from investigating the birthing site and possibly finding the cow's calf. It is something done by all ungulate mothers, both domesticated and wild. ...