- Animals domesticated for home companionship are called pets, while those domesticated for food or work are known as livestock .
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1 day ago · Domestication is a gradual process, so there is no precise moment in the history of a given species when it can be considered to have become fully domesticated. Archaeozoology has identified three classes of animal domesticates: Pets (dogs, cats, hamsters, etc.) Livestock (cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, etc.)
1 day ago · Wild animals make up just 4% of mammalian biomass on earth, while humans and their domesticated animals make up 96%.  Various species are predicted to become extinct in the near future ,  among them the rhinoceros ,  primates ,  pangolins ,  and giraffes . 
1 day ago · In Portuguese, a peccary is called pecari, porco-do-mato, queixada, or tajaçu, among other names. In Spanish, it is called javelina, jabalí (a word also used to describe wild boar), sajino, or pecarí. The word "javelina" derives from the Spanish word for "wild boar". In French Guiana and Suriname, the animal is called pakira.
1 day ago · BTV also infects goats, cattle and other domestic animals as well as wild ruminants (for example, blesbuck, white-tailed deer, elk, and pronghorn antelope).  Major signs are high fever, excessive salivation , swelling of the face and tongue and cyanosis of the tongue.
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