Cattle: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: Cattle remain broadly used as draft animals in many developing countries, such as ________.
India and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaResearch and Analysis WingLok Sabha

Question 2: The aurochs originally ranged throughout Europe, ________, and much of Asia.
Middle EastNorth AfricaMediterranean SeaMaghreb

Question 3: But in almost every case, the world's 1.5 billion cattle are cited as the greatest adverse impact with respect to ________ as well as species extinction.
Current sea level riseClimate changeMilankovitch cyclesLittle Ice Age

Question 4: In all cattle species, a female that is the twin of a bull usually becomes an infertile partial ________, and is a freemartin.
Third genderSexual orientationIntersexualityTranssexualism

Question 5: The terminology described here contrasts the differences in definition between the United Kingdom and other British influenced parts of world such as Canada, ________, New Zealand, Ireland, and the United States.
JamaicaAustraliaBarbadosBelize

Question 6:
What is the binomial of Cattle?
Mammuthus primigenius
Bos primigenius
Bos sauveli
u2020Bos primigenius

Question 7:
What is Cattle's current status?
501
CR
DOM
LC

Question 8: Cattle emit a large volume of methane, 95% of it through eructation or burping, not ________.
VomitingDiarrheaFlatulenceHalitosis

Question 9:
What phylum does Cattle belong to?

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  A Brahman calf
  Legend of the founding of Durham Cathedral is that monks carrying the body of Saint Cuthbert were led to the location by a milk maid who had lost her dun cow, which was found resting on the spot.
  A hereford being inspected for ticks; cattle are often restrained or confined in Cattle crushes when given medical attention.
  Cattle — especially when kept on enormous feedlots such as this one — have been named as a contributing factor in the rise in greenhouse gas emissions.
















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