What is the Predator of Donkeys?
Aliens. Like in that movie 'Alien vs Donkey'
Yes, lions are a predator of donkeys. Donkeys originate from Africa where large lions reside (such as the ones that are found at the zoo. Domesticated Donkeys are at risk of getting attacked or eaten by mountain lions, keeping in mind that these lions are found in parts of the U.S and Alberta areas.
This is just their way of communicating within the herd, to predators, and to humans as well. Animals talk, just as humans do it simply is in a different way. Donkeys are used for protection for herd of sheep and goats, when the donkey senses that a predator is near, it will bray. Their bray has a very high octave that will scare off the predator.
Donkeys are usefull for many things, they have a great protective instinct. When they hear wolves, coyotes or dogs that may cause harm, they will bray which will chase away the predator. If the predator tries to attack the flock, the donkey will chase the animal away or even kill it. Donkeys are also strong, they are great for transportation or carrying large heavy bags. Greece and Africa countries are known for using donkeys for…
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.