The domestic bovine, also commonly known as cow or cattle, can be found ranched worldwide as a source of food. In bovids, "cow" usually denotes a female. However, in the case of domestic cattle, "cow" can be used to refer to both males and females. Cattle are grazers feeding on a variety of grains and vegetation. Domestic cattle descended from the Aurochs, an ancient wild bovine from Asia and Europe. Remains of domesticated cattle have been found dating back to 6,500 B.C.
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