Science Proves that Cows have Best Friends

Recent studies have shed light on a heartwarming aspect of bovine behavior.

Cows form deep, meaningful friendships and experience distress when separated from their companions.

Researchers have observed that cows with their preferred companions display signs of reduced stress and increased overall happiness.

These observations are measured through indicators like heart rate, cortisol levels, and behavioral patterns.

The emotional depth of cows extends beyond mere herd instinct.

They show signs of excitement upon reuniting with their friends and, conversely, exhibit signs of anxiety and stress when separated.

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