What Part of Body Covering Do Carabaos Have?


Carabao are a subspecies of the water buffalo. They have a massive body, head, legs, hooves, tails and ears. These parts of their bodies are all covered in a thin hair. Carabaos do not have sweat glands in their body and must have access to cool water to cool their bodies.
Q&A Related to "What Part of Body Covering Do Carabaos Have"
By its mouth.
Everything, really. What a carabao has a cow has as well. Why? Because they're closely related, they both belong in the Bovinae subfamily even though they don't share the same Tribe
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