Facts about donkeys | Live Science

Donkeys, additionally referred to as burros and asses, are discovered all through the world. They are members of the Equidae household, which additionally consists of horses and zebras. They look lots like their equine cousins, however have lengthy, floppy ears and are usually stockier than horses or zebras.

How large are donkeys?

There are three foremost varieties of donkeys: wild, feral and domesticated. Wild donkeys sometimes develop to round 49 inches (125 centimeters) from hoof to shoulder and weigh round 551 kilos. (250 kilograms). 

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