Why Do Cows Moo?

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Cows moo because they might be uncomfortable in the position they have been placed. In addition, they moo as a communication sign to let someone know that they are hungry. They can also moo when they are lost.
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Cows vocalize for a number of reasons and usually if they are mooing it's because they are unhappy. A group of happy cows is usually silent other than the munching sound they make
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When a cow moos, it is communicating. While the languages that people use are probably much more
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Cows moo to communicate. Cows drink about a bathtub full of water. Do you want to know more cow facts?
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When a cow communicates it does so by making a sound. To the human ear this sounds like moo. However, a cow doesn't actually moo. They make sounds with their tongues and throats to communicate.
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