85% of people can't name these barnyard animals from an image! Can you?

By: Chelsea
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Whether you've lived on a farm, visited the zoo or watched Charlotte's Web, you know that although barnyard animals can be smelly they are also adorable companions. Can you name these pals from an image?

Why do cows chew on their cud? It's a part of how they digest their food. Cow's stomachs have four parts, and after the food enters the first part, cows burp it back up and chew on it to make it more easily digestible for the second part of their stomach.

It is no wonder some people do not like to eat pork, knowing what pigs feed on all day long. Pigs will eat any kind of scraps- corn cobs, old veggies, bugs and anything else you want to put in the compost bin!

Have you ever wished that you could sleep while standing? If you were a horse you could do just that; horses sleep while laying down and standing up. Horses have big teeth and big eyes, in fact, their eyes are the largest of any land mammal.

There are millions of sheep in the world, but do you know which country houses the most? China has the most sheep of any country in the world.

Next time you see a duck, look closely at its markings and coloring. Not all ducks are the same! There are many different types of ducks, including mallards, spotted whistling and black bellied whistling.

Did you know that goats were one of the first animals that humans tamed? They can even be called by name like dogs! Although it is not as popular in the U.S., goat meat is the most widely eaten meat per capita in the world.

Bunnies are cute creatures that usually are non-imposing, as they feed on grass and other plants and keep to themselves. They have a high reproduction rate, and only live about three years.

Although it may seem as though Americans eat turkey at Thanksgiving due to tradition, it actually is not! The pilgrims ate more venison than turkey, and according to historians they didn't even eat potatoes.

A bull is the male version of a cow. They are in the same family as goats, buffalo, gazelles and more. They are regarded as sacred animals in India!

The gorgeous tail feathers of this bird make up sixty percent of its body size! A peacock's tail feathers are called coverts and are used for mating purposes.

Cows can give birth at a much younger age than humans, some are two years old when they have their calves. However, they are pregnant for the same amount of time as women.

Although some people classify spiders along with flies and mosquitoes, they are not insects, but rather arachnids. Did you know that there are no spiders on Antarctica?

This is a domestic goat that is small in size and usually used as pets and in petting zoos. Did you know that females and males can grow beards?

If you want a pet that sleeps a lot, get a puppy. They sleep about 14 hours a day! Did you know that puppies are born without eyesight, hearing or teeth? They develop these later in life.

Honeybees are amazing creatures and busy workers. Did you know that a single bee works for 6-8 weeks, its whole life, to make 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey?

Cats are another popular pet, coming in at the second most popular pet to dogs in the U.S. What's not popular about cats? Those nasty hairballs. Did you know the technical term for a hairball is "bezoar?"

Cockfights are a historic spectator sport where two roosters are put together and made to fight. It is illegal in the U.S., but is popular in Spanish-influenced countries.

Dogs have been helpers and companions to man for such a long time that some of us almost think of them as human. Their sense of smell is anything but human, since they have up to 60 times more scent glands than humans do. No wonder they can smell us coming a mile away!

Did you know that geese (not gooses) fly in the shape of the letter "v?" These creatures are no bird brains! Flying in a "v" conserves their energy and reduces the wind resistance for the geese flying in the back.

Crows are notorious for plundering corn and other snacks from farmer's fields. The scarecrow was invented to prevent this from happening. Now you know the reason behind the cute fall decoration!

Regardless of its gender, a horse is called a foal when it is born until it is about a year old. A foal needs its mother, or dam, during the first few months of its life to get food and for protection and learning.

There are many different types of pigeons, some being for show and some for more practical uses, such as delivering messages. The homing pigeon can be dropped off miles away from its home, and find its way back without any trouble. If your phone isn't working, use one of these to deliver a text!

It is easy to get the terms "pony" and "foal" mixed up. Ponies are actually small horses, not baby horses. Ponies are shorter than regular horses, and also can be distinguished by their thicker manes and broader foreheads.

What exactly is a mule? It's the offspring of a female horse and male donkey. Because a mule's parents' chromosomes don't match, mules are sterile and cannot have babies.

Did you know that camels and llamas are relatives? The llama is a staple source of power for people living in the Andes region in South America; they're used as pack animals.

Rats are an animal that usually come with strong feelings attached; you love them or hate them. They are smart, and can make good pets, but also are the cause of infestations, feces on your carpet and food being taken from one's kitchen.

Although all mice may look similar, there are actually over thirty different species of mice. They are mostly nocturnal, which helps them stay away from their many predators.

Did you know that this type of pig is often used for medical research? If you're interested in having one of these cuties as a pet, you can buy them or adopt one from the American Mini Pig Rescue Advocates.

Perhaps people are so scared of snakes because they are omnivores, or it could be due to their slithering nature. Or maybe, because they swallow their food whole. Yikes!

Do you know how to tell a swan from a goose? Most types of swans have bodies that are all white, and are larger than geese. Male swans are very territorial, aggressive and can swim quickly; be careful to not get too close to their families!

Wild yaks are resilient to cold weather and can withstand temperatures of -40 degrees Fahrenheit! This leads people to domesticate yaks in order to use their fur and fatty milk.

This type of camel has just one hump, and lives in the Middle East and North Africa. It is also called the Arabian camel, and is the smallest of all camels.

Did you know that caribou and reindeer are terms used synonymously in North America? Unlike elk and deer, female reindeer grow antlers!

Although bison are sometimes called buffalo in North America; they are not the same as African buffaloes and water buffaloes. Buffaloes are good swimmers and can be aggressive to the point of deadly when preyed upon by humans.

In China, there are more donkeys than any other country in the world! A boy donkey is also called a jackass, and this animal can be very stubborn.

Have you ever tried to pet an alpaca and had it spit on you? It may have felt threatened, since these pack animals spit to defend themselves. Yuck!

Although the ostrich is a bird, it can not fly. What they can do is run at extremely fast speeds; one of their strides covers 5 meters!

What is a zebu? It's a very old breed of cattle that lives in tropical areas. One of its distinguishing features is its hump, which is why it is sometimes called the humped cattle.

Don't take away the mother cat from her kittens, they need her milk! The mother's milk protects her precious kittens from diseases. Kittens also need their mothers to protect them since they are helpless when first born.

A hen, or female chicken, only has to be two months old to be able to lay eggs. Chickens are one of the most widely populated animals in the world; there are approximately 19 billion!

How can you tell if a guinea pig is happy? It will jump in the air! These tiny social pets make different sounds to communicate.

The Bactrian camel has two humps, and lives in Central Asia. What's in the hump? They store fat in their two humps.

Chickens have provided humans with nutrition for the past several centuries. Their eggs and meat are popular in almost any cuisine, including Chinese, German and Mexican food!

This animal is particularly important in Arunachal Pradesh, a state in India. One tradition involving the gayal is that when a marriage is arranged, the bride's family gives the groom's family a gayal.

Doves mostly eat seeds, but also can eat weeds. What a great pet to have in your garden! Certain types of doves can fly up to 55 miles per hour.

Piglets, another name for baby pigs, are very smart and are omnivores. Although most humans think they stink, these animals do have a great sense of smell!

Canaries are small, cute birds that are usually yellow in color, sometimes with black, white, red or brown feathers. They live to be about 10 years old.

Hedgehogs have very bad eyesight, but great hearing and sense of smell to make up for it! Did you know baby hedgehogs are called hoglets?

Wood ducks have a short life cycle, as they only live to be about four years old in the wild. Mama wood ducks will lay about 12 eggs per nest and each egg is in incubation for about one month.

This prehistoric animal has ancestors dating back to the Ice Age. They live in cold weather places, such as Alaska, Russia and Greenland.

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