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The classification of these animals is within the family Equidae and the genus Equus – meaning horse in Latin. There are two main types of wild donkeys: Asian donkeys, whose range stretches from the Red Sea to Northern India and Tibet, resulting in several subspecies, and the African branch of the species. Among the Asian subspecies in the classification are Equus hemionus hemippus (Syrian Wild ass) and Equus hemionus khur (Indian wild ass).

All modern domesticated donkeys have the scientific name Equus africanus asinus and have descended from African wild asses located primarily in Northern Africa between the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara Desert.


The Evolution and Origins

The African wild ass which is also known as the Equus africanus is the wild ancestor of the donkey we known today. Because some of the eaiest donkeys were found in ancient Egypt, archaelogists have concluded that these donkeys were domesticated from the Nubian Wild Ass or the E. africanus africanus by the villagers who lived in the Egyptian Nile Valley.


Donkeys evolved and began to become domesticated about 5,000 years ago. Donkeys and Horses also share a common ancestor that dates about to close to 4 million years ago.

Horse Tries Hard to Mate With Female #Donkey Success #animal #amazing #ad #OMG



Horse Tries Hard to Mate With Female #Donkey Success #animal #amazing #ad #OMG

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