A Cow SVG is a mammal from the infraclass of placental, a detachment of ungulates, a suborder of ruminants, a family of polorogues, a subfamily of bulls, a kind of real bulls, a kind of wild bulls. A domesticated subspecies of a wild bull (Latin: Bos taurus) is a domestic bull (Latin: Bos taurus taurus), the female of which is a cow. The male of this species is called a bull, the young animals are called calves. Castrated males are called oxen. Young females that have not produced offspring are called heifers. Productively inseminated (pregnant) heifers are called heifers.
Origin and history of domestication of the Cow SVG
The first mentions of a cow as a pet date back to the 8th century BC, as evidenced by the fossil remains of the animal found in modern Syria and Turkey.
The ancestor of the wild bull and cow is considered to be an extinct tour in the 17th century – a primitive wild bull that lived in the steppe zone of Africa, Asia and Europe. Initially, domestication of tours was carried out exclusively for the purpose of obtaining meat. As animal husbandry developed, animals were used as a labour force, and later on as milk and skins.
Cow SVG – description and characteristics
A cow is a large animal that reaches 120-150 cm in the crest. The average weight of the cow is 750 kg with a minimum weight of 147 kg in small animals. Some cows of large meat breeds can weigh up to 1300 kg.
The cow is distinguished by a massive body of elongated shape with a characteristic concave back. Pelvic bones are visibly protruding, and the massive thighs have a flattened shape. In a small notch formed by pelvic bones, there is an elastic, long tail of the cow, ending in a brush.
The cervical interception in the animal is short and powerful, the head of the cow is large, with a wide, flat forehead, on which usually grows dense, curly wool. Most breeds have hollow horns on their heads that grow upwards or sideways, but there are also horny (broken) breeds of cows. The height of the cow’s horns depends on the breed.
The cow’s eyes are large, round, with a horizontally arranged pupil, which provides a panoramic view. These animals are characterized by lateral monocular vision, and they perceive the colors as central binocular vision, and especially well cows distinguish red color and its shades, worse distinguishing blue, gray and green color. Cows also notice any movement very well.