Animals keep the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in nature
Animals keep the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in nature. They give carbon dioxide to plants that make oxygen and carbon dioxide in nature. They give carbon dioxide to plants that make food and release oxygen. They also provide us milk and other useful products and services.
We get milk from cows, buffaloes and goats. Milk is rich in proteins and facts. It is called completed food because young babies live wholly on milk. Curd, cheese, butter, ghee and ice-cream are made from milk.
Some people eat flesh and eggs of animals. But current scientific researches are against these. Flesh and eggs rot very soon and cause food poisoning and much communicable disease fro the animals and the environment.
We get wool from the fleecy hair of sheep, yak, Angora rabbit etc. woolen clothes keep us warm in winter.
Honey is sweet liquid. It is made by honey – bees. Honey bees also make wax. They use this wax to make their home. Men use this wax to make candles, medicines.
Dog watches our house farms and animals. It is also a good companion people breed cats, rabbits, pigeons etc. for their beauty and grace. Parrot is beautiful bird which can talk like humans.
People have been using cattle dung as manure and fuel. But now gobar-gas is made from it and the remaining waste it is used as good manure. This manure helps us to maintain the fertility of the soil.
Horses, donkeys, mules and camels carry loads and pull carts for us. Camels are `ship of Deseret’. Bullocks are used to plough fields and to pull carts. Elephants are trained for shifting and carrying heavy logs in deep forests. Yaks carry loads on mountains.
Some persons kill rabbits to get fur. Their skin with soft delicate hair is called fur.
Fur coats and fur caps are made from it. Similarly silk worms, lac insects and oysters are killed for silk clothes, lac bangles and pearl garlands. These all are cruel practices just for fun and decoration. Man is the most developed animal. Plants, animals and humans all are members of one big family. So we should not kill our fellow members.
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