Why dont bulls have spots?
Some bulls do have spots.
YES! Pit bulls are one of the most friendly and loyal dog ever! I had one when i was a little baby, and she was the best dog ever, and yes she was a pit bull. Dont believe the lies that say that pit bulls dont love kids. You have to teach any kind of dog to be good with kids, but a pit bull is very good with kids
There are a fair number of different types of bulls: - Mature bulls - Bull calves - Yearling bulls - Virgin bulls - Old bulls - Mean bulls - Heifer bulls - Big bulls - Small bulls - Weaned bull-calves - Young bulls - Herd bulls - [Insert breed here] bulls - Fighting bulls - Bad bulls - Good bulls The list goes on.
There are (as there are more than just 9 types of bulls): - Gomer bulls - Herd bulls - Yearling bulls - AI bulls - Purebred bulls - Commercial bulls - Crossbred bulls - Show bulls - Maternal bulls - Terminal bulls - Rotational bulls - Bull calves - Young bulls - Old bulls - Good bulls - Crappy bulls - etc., If you are looking for "types" as in "breeds," then the nine +…
The worst thing you can do to get spots is wear foundation but if you want to use concealer get one that has something that helps spots in it like tea tree. If your spots are really bad you can go to the doctors and they will provide you with some cream or antibiotics to help dry your spots up. You must wash your face day and night to prevent anymore from occuring. Dont pick…
I believe you mean "class," not categorization. For bulls: Bull calves Weanling bulls Yearling bulls Virgin bulls 2-year old bulls Mature bulls Herd bulls Bologna/slaughter bulls Dairy bulls Beef bulls For cows: Open cows Bred cows Dry cows Lactating cows 3-in-1 cows Dairy cows Beef cows Slaughter/cull cows
If you Look at Cheetah spots, they are just spots. now Leopards however, if you look at A Leopard's spot, you will notice that their spots have rings around them. so, to make it short, Leopards have rings around their spots and Cheetahs dont. also Leopards live in Jungle's and Forests and Cheetahs live on Savannahs and Plataeus.