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How much do you know about cattle?

Cattle are a mainstay of agricultural production, and there are an estimated 983 million head of cattle on the planet, according to statista.com.

HERE ARE SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BOVINES THAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW

1. Cows kill more people each year than sharks. According to (2012), cows killed an average of 22 people every year, while sharks killed only around six.

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