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Why is there no such thing as a wild cow?

Asked by sarahsugs (2893points) January 21st, 2007
There's wild almost everything else - horses, cats, canines, pigs...
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Meet the auroch, the wild ancestor of the cow.
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Cows were slowly domesticated to be domestic animals over 10,000 yrs or so; and, altho I am no farmer, I would speculate that the modern cow wouldn't thrive on its own.

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