cattle: Their hooves allow them to walk easily over rough terrain.
pigs: Pigs do have hoofs, and the term “trottin'” is used in culinary lingo for pig’s foot.
sheep: Sheep are herbivores, meaning they eat only plants.
camels: Camel hooves are designed to provide traction on soft surfaces such as sand dunes.
zebras: Cloven-hoofed animals are often called two-toed because each foot has two toes.
Bison: The bison uses these claws to dig into the ground to get food.