Information about the Domestic Donkey:
The domestic donkey or the domestic ass is a member of the Family of Equidae (also called the Horse Family.) They were domesticated is about believe about 3000-4000 BC from the African Wild Ass. This domestication most likely took place in Egypt or Mesopotamia. While the numbers of domesticated donkey is on the rise, their ancestors the Wild Ass is considered endangered in the wild. There are about 185 different breeds of donkey and an estimated 41,000,000 in the world today. They are often used as beasts of burdens, pulling or carrying large loads for humans. As member of the horse family, they can sometimes interbreed with horses, and their offspring is called a mule and is most often sterile.
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