Donkeys and Mules

Are all donkeys male?


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2009-10-16 14:35:14
2009-10-16 14:35:14

No. Donkeys like all other mammals engage in sexual reproduction, which requires both a male and a female.

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No, not all donkeys are female. There are both male and female donkeys. Donkeys reproduce by breeding with other donkeys. Mules and hinnies are a cross breed between donkeys and horses. If you breed a female horse and a male donkey, you get a mule. If you breed a female donkey and a male horse, you get a hinny.

From male and female donkeys.

You should, to ensure that the male (if he is intact) will not try to mate with the Jenny. Some donkeys and horses are aggressive to the females while mating.

Donkeys bred to donkeys produced DONKEYS. Donkey, Burro, Ass, jackass, jennet, Miniature Donkey, Mammoth, Jackstock, standard, Mexican Burro - they are all terms for Donkeys. A male donkey (Jack) bred to a female horse produces a MULE. Mules can be either male or female. A male horse (stallion) bred to a female donkey (jennet) produces a HINNY. Hinnies can be either male or female.

Generally, donkeys are not mean. Females tend to be well behaved and gentle mannered while the male donkeys are more excited and unpredictable. All a donkey needs is a good master and a respectable training program.

yes they do all donkeys have it.

Male mules or donkeys are known as Jacks.

Intact male donkeys are called Jacks.

Mules (a cross-breed between a male donkey and a female horse) are usually bred (humans assist them in mating) with other mules. If left with other horses or donkeys, mules are also known to mate with stallions (both male horses and donkeys; male donkeys are commonly called "jacks") and mares (both female horses and donkeys; female donkeys are commonly called "jennies").

No, they are not born with nipples.

Donkeys are donkeys. They come from a male and a female donkey mating. You're probably thinking about mules, which are horse/donkey hybrids.

Donkeys reproduce by breeding with other donkeys.Mules and hinnies are a cross breed between donkeys and horses. If you breed a female horse and a male donkey, you get a mule. If you breed a female donkey and a male horse, you get a hinny.Read more: Are_all_donkeys_female

They are the offspring of female horses and male donkeys.

Yes, although the females bray they don't bray very much.

A donkey is the result of breeding male and female donkeys. This is true of all species. Horses give rise to horses and butterflies to butterflies.

Yes, males have nipples, however, they do not have a use and are not visible.

Donkeys are very social animals and can develop very strong emotional attachments with other animals including other donkeys. In the wild, male donkeys frequently live on their own and defend a territory so that they will have breeding rights to as many females as possible.

Yes. Donkeys are ridden all over the world, even in the USA and the UK.

Donkeys and all members of the epuine family sleep standing up on their feet. Your welcome .

Like all animals, donkeys will attack if they feel threatened or if they are trying to defend their territory.

Collective nouns for donkeys are:a herd of donkeysa drove of donkeysa pace of donkeys

Donkeys can breed only three times during their lifetime on Howrse. They can only breed with male donkeys, but usually they are not for public coverings or cost a lot of money.

Wagons that were pulled by male donkeys (Jacks) were known as Jack wagons. They were used in the Borax Beds of Arizona and other locations, that's where the term "20 mule team borax" some were mules, but donkeys were usually much cheaper.

Donkeys are herbivores. Their natural habitat is the desert. Wild donkeys forage for food all day in the wild. Domestic donkeys are most often let out the graze on grass daily, and are fed hay, grain, and water by their owners.

Donkeys can be found living in captivity all over the world. In the wild donkeys can be found in Mongolia and Iran.

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