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 Are cows both male&female?

Answer Cows are both male and female. When differentiating between the sexes, a female cow is called a "cow," and a male cow is called a "bull." Heifers are young female cows that have not yet given birth... Read More »
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Are cows female&bulls male?

Animals belonging to the bovine family--commonly called "cows" or "cattle"--are one of two distinct genders: male and female. While it is common to refer to female cattle as "cows" and males as "b... Read More »
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Is it best to have 2 female dogs or a male&a female?

On One Hand: Same Sex Dogs Compete For Social RankAdding another dog to your household requires careful consideration of several factors, as temperament, breed and age influence the outcome. Howeve... Read More »
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If fecal matter gets into the urinary tract of an adult female causing bladder infections why is the same not true of female infants?

It really depends on how often he or she does it. If they wet maybe once a month, they will stop soon, don't worry. If they do it 3 times a week, i would put them in pullups at night, they wont wan... Read More »
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Are cows colorblind?

Cows and bulls are not completely colorblind as they do have two types of cones in their eyes. Cattle and other mammals do see some colors and it is believed they see colors similarly to the way a ... Read More »
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