The cow is a mammal artiodactyla of the family of the bovidae with a robust body, with a height of 120-150 cm and a weight of 600-800 kg.
The real history of making the horse pet is unknown. Some believe that 7,000 years ago, Aryan raised the horse for the first time near Southern Russia.
Zebu is a breed of cow from the Indian subcontinent, which is a type of cattle. This breed is identified with the fat hump, hanging ears and gallbladder in its shoulder.
The relationship between sheep and human has been since the beginning. Sheep rearing is an ancient business. Shepherds receive lambs from the sheep every year.
The dromedary or Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius) is a species of artiodactyl mammal of the Camelidae family. It is similar to the Bactrian camel (Camelus ferus), which is differentiated by its generally shorter coat, less robust body and the presence of a hump instead of two. Subspecies are not recognized.