A burro is the Spanish word for donkey. They are the same animal.
A burro is the Spanish name for a donkey, they are the same animal.
Burro is just the Spanish word for donkey, so yes, a burro is a donkey.
A Burro is Spanish for 'a donkey', while a Mule is an offspring of the of a male donkey (jack) and a female horse (mare), while the offspring a female donkey (jenny) and a male horse (stallion) is called a hinny.
a donkey, a jackass ( cross between horse and donkey)
A burro is a small donkey.
Yes, a Burro is simply the Spanish name for Donkey.
A burro is a donkey, therefore a burro taxi is a taxi, except with a donkey instead of a car/bicycle/cart.
A burro is the Spanish name for donkey, a mule is a hybrid offspring of a donkey and horse.
no, mi burro: no, my donkey
Burro-noun A donkeyA sentence using burro-I rode my burro to the general store.
Burro is a noun. It's a small donkey.
Burro is the spanish word for donkey.
Yes, burro is another name for a donkey.
A burro is a small donkey, especially one used as a pack animal.
'asno' or 'burro'
"burro" or "asno"
burro o mula