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.
a horse and a mule
Yes, zebras and donkeys can mate and have offspring.
No, and anyone who wants to know that is a freak.It is illegal to have sex with animals.
they don't mate
donkeys mate on the day they die because then they dont relize about families xxxexxx
no but you can mate with them
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").
they do mate with other species of dolphins rarely
Yes but they can also mate with other species as well.
Yes. When they mate, they produce either a mule or a hinny.
NO! owls mate owls & dogs mate dogs!
whales mate with other whales of the same species.
Elephants have to mate with donkeys. In August. It's science, dude.
I was told by the people that I bought my miniature donkeys from that it is every 30 days. I would have to agree with them.
Mate with other rabbits
Nobody. Cows don't eat donkeys. Cows are herbivores, meaning they only eat plants, not other animals.
Horses, camels (in Egypt and some other places), and donkeys.
Zebras can breed with horses and donkeys with some success.
When Donkeys and Horses mate they reproduce a mule.
only if the "other animal" is tiny just like it and wants to also mate with them.
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.