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Cow Anatomy

The anatomy of a cow
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Kendall Lanham

on 17 December 2012

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Transcript of Cow Anatomy

The 3 Most Vital Systems
of cows This is he Bone Structure of a cow This is the cows digestive System The Cardiovascular System of Cows In the front of the cow, from the front legs to the head, a diagram of the cow’s skeletal system includes the cannon, knee joint, radius, sternum, elbow joint, ulna, humerus, shoulder joint, shoulder blade and eye socket.
Read more: Skeletal System of a Cow | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com Dairy cows and other animals, such as sheep and goats, are herbivores. Because their diets are composed of primarily plant material. Many herbivores are also ruminants. Ruminants can be identified easily. they will chew constantly because they spit up their "cud" to snack on. They do this to help break down the food. http://babcock.wisc.edu A cow has a well developed heart and circulatory system. Blood vessels, which carry blood away from the heart, are called arteries. Veins return blood to the heart. Blood is pumped throughout the body to provide oxygen to vital organs. www.ehow.com
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