1. A Rare Holstein-Friesian

One of the most common black and white cows in the UK is the  (the stereotypical black and white patches dairy cow) But why is this one so special?

2. An Example Of Effective Equine Camouflage

A pinto is multi-colored with large patches of white and another color such as brown or black. Often confused with Paint, which is a narrower term referring to a specific breed of mostly pinto horses with known Quarter Horse and/or Thoroughbred bloodlines. How many Pinto’s?

3. On The Face Of It There Are Probably More

If a face tells everything, than this images has a lot to say. How many human faces can you see?

4. Another Rare Holstein-Friesian

OK, so you now know that one of the most common black and white cow breeds in the UK is the Holstein-Friesian, but here is another example of theire uniqueness. Why?

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