Some information about cows that you need to know
Cow (or Cattle) is the common name for the species of mammals with the scientific name Bos, including wild and domesticated cattle. The genus Bos can be divided into four sub-genera: Bos, Bibos, Novibos, Poephagus, but the difference between them is still controversial.
Most cow species are herbivores, with long tongues to lick the grass they like and large teeth to chew on. Many species are ruminants, with a four-pocketed stomach that allows them to digest the most indigestible grasses.
There are currently about 1.3 billion domestic cows raised, making them one of the most domesticated mammals in the world. Members of this genus are currently found in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. Their habitats are not homogeneous and depend on the particular species; they can be found in grasslands, rain forests, wetlands, savannas and temperate forests.
Cows have a life span of about 18-25 years in the wild, but if they can live up to 36 years when raised by people. They have a 9-11 month pregnancy cycle, depending on the species and produce mainly 1 calf (rarely twins) in the spring, collectively known as calves. Most species move in groups of 10 to hundreds. Within most flocks there is one male for all females.
So, do you want to learn “how to draw” a cow?
Outline a circle for the head, a small ellipse for the nose and a large ellipse for the body of the cow (fuzzy drawing strokes)
Draw a contour to wrapper the nose and mouth
Draw the cow’s head, and the 2 ears look like 2 leaves
Continue, sketch the body of the lovely cow
Easy to draw 2 horns and 1 funny tail
Let’s use 4 nearly circles to outline its eyes and nose. A simple curve for drawing the mouth
This step, we will sketch spots of cow
So you’ve finished your cow drawing!
Let’s color for your cute cow drawing!