Small #Donkey mating Big horse

Small #Donkey mating Big horse



Donkeys, known for their ‘helping hooves,’ are domesticated members of the equine family. Originating from Africa and the Middle East, donkeys were tamed more than 5,000 years ago.  These robust mammals have been used for centuries as working animals, as they are able to carry heavy materials such as water and plow. 

Smaller than horses, and much more stubborn, donkeys happen to have a highly developed sense of self-preservation. Throughout the years, having survived in arid and semi-arid regions, donkeys have learned to adapt to harsh vegetation and scarce food conditions. 




While they might look like miniature horses, you’ll be surprised to find that they don’t always eat the same. So what do donkeys eat? Let’s explore what these smaller equines live on and how they differ from their other family members. 

Small #Donkey mating Big horse

 

Small #Donkey mating Big horse

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