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Introduction: Many people of rural areas have domestic animals. The cow is the most common animal of them.
Description: The cow is four footed animal. She has two eyes, two ears and two horns. Her whole body is covered with short hair. She has a long tail with a tuft of hair at the end. She has no teeth in the upper jaw.
Kinds: Cows are of various sizes and colours. Some cows are small and some are big. Some cows are red, some are white, some are black and some are of mixed colours.
Where found: Cows are found almost everywhere in the world. They grow very big in size in cold countries. Wild cows are found in some forests.
Food: The cow lives on grass. She eats rice, straw, oil cake and leaves of trees and plants too.
Nature: The cow is generally gentle and harmless. She gives birth to a calf at a time. She is very fond of her calf. She butts of anyone teases it. She has a habit of chewing the cut.
Usefulness: The cow is very useful. Her milk is very nutritious. Butter, ghee, cheese, curd and sweets are made from it. Shoes and bags are made of the skin of the cow. Combs and buttons are made of her bones. Feces and urine are most used as manure. Bullocks draw the plough and the cart.
Conclusion: The cow plays an important role in the economy of the country. So we should take care of them.
08 Aug, 2019       1244   views