Why do we always see cow skulls in the desert?
Cows don't go anywhere near deserts. And incidentally, why only the skull? Did the body die somewhere else?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
It's just a representation of how harsh deserts are because a cow would not be able to survive there without help. The skull is usually only shown because the movement of the sands by the wind would cover up the thinner bones of the bodies. It's just a way of showing a harsh environment. They're not really found in deserts in practice.
- Anonymous5 years ago
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When the pioneers and Native Americans crossed the deserts they weren't always able to find water and they and their animals perished. The most expendable animals went first. They needed the horses or mules to pull the carts or wagons. If something happened to the pioneers/ Native Americans and the horses/mules/donkeys escaped they were better at adapting to the environment That's why you see wild mustangs and donkey herds out West The second thing is because it is so dry the skulls don't rot rapidly. They can remain there for hundreds of years in fairly good condition. The mummies of Egypt and Peru can attest to that..
- Anonymous5 years ago
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