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Donkeys and horses are often crossbred. The baby of a female horse and a male donkey is known as Mule.
A donkey will never get involved in an activity if it considers it to be unsafe.
A donkey’s milk is more like human milk than the milk of any other species.
Many donkeys are used in developing countries as methods of commute and transportation of goods and services.
Similar to apes, donkeys who live in a herd will groom each other.
Believe it or not, since 2005, traveling donkeys in Britain have been required to have a passport.
There are more than 40 million donkeys worldwide. China, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Egypt, and Mexico have the most donkeys of any area in the world.
There are wild donkeys in Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Texas and Mississippi.
Donkeys are originally from desert areas of Middle East and Africa and are anatomically well-equipped to survive in those conditions.
One of the most favorite and beloved donkeys known around the world is Winnie-the-Pooh’s beloved friend Eeyore.
The camel was not used regularly in Egypt until the very end of the dynastic age. Instead, the Egyptians used donkeys as beasts of burden, and boats as a highly convenient means of transport.
Donkeys hate rain. Their coat is not waterproof and staying out in rain for a long period actually damages their health.
A cross between a zebra and a donkey can be called a zonkey, zebronkey, zedonk, or zebadonk.
A donkey can hear another donkey in the desert from 60 miles away thanks to that sound and their large ears.