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124933 views Earl Hartlen November 11, 2021 Port Dover, ON Date shot: November 9, 2021

What do you think these tiny, young ones are? Do you know the difference between mules, donkeys, burros and jackasses? Donkeys and Jackasses are different words for the same things. A mule is a cross between a male donkey and a female horse. Generally, they are sterile, since a horse and a donkey have a different number of chromosomes. Less common, a male horse crossed with a female donkey is a hinny. The body of a hinny somewhat resembles a donkey, but has a head more like a horse. A burro is a small wild, rather than domesticated, donkey and burro is Spanish for donkey. Well, they are seen all over the world but what do you think these are?

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