The standard collective nouns for mules are:a barren of mulesa pack of mulesa rake of mulesa span of mulesa team of mules
what do mules eat?
Feed the mules.
Male mules are called "john" mules regardless if they are castrated or not. Female mules are called "molly" mules.
No. Mules are hybrids.
All events for horses are open to mules as well (and the mules usually win), but mules specifically are raced in Texas. Mules cannot race in thoroughbred or quarterhorse races, and, they cannot out run either breed..Horses are faster than mules.
The possessive form of the plural noun mules is mules'.Example: The mules' owner takes very good care of them.
Because mules are rarely fertile... Females might be, but males aren't.
Yes, mules are multicellular organisms.
Two mules can be a brace of mules if they are paired, haltered and equipped to work. If there are more than two animals, they will normally be termed a team.
Well mules with mules they will be just like horses.(They will have alpha mare or alpha gelding and so on and so forth) but when you have mules with horses mules are always on the bottom of the food chain....They will give into what the horses wants them to do.
yes because mules are female horses
Charles Mules died in 1927.
Charles Mules was born in 1837.
Mules are extremely protective and many soldiers owe their lives to the protective nature and the bravery of mules.
some mules live on farms but not all of them
Mules make a sound like a donkey
There are approx. 15 million mules in the world.
Mules do not reproduce. They are sterile.
no mules cannot reproduce
mules can't breed, so nothing.
Yes, mules are the offspring of horses and donkeys
Mules are not a natural animal and require man to produce them. They are a cross between a horse and a donkey. There are no mules naturally in any desert.
A group of mules is called a barren, span or pack.