Where did Cows evolve from?

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They didn't "evolve" like you may think, they were "artificially selected" by humans from the truly wild cattle known as the Aurochs and the Celtic Longhorns.
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The wild ancestor of the modern domestic cow was a big, nasty beastie known as the aurochs. ChaCha!
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Modern day cattle are a product of domestication and animal husbandry. Initially this was accomplished by cross breeding and hybrid selection. The Chinese started domesticating and
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