In order to breed a mule, one must have a donkey and a horse of any kind. To breed them, feed each a golden carrot or golden apple which will activate love mode. They will then run to each other and mingle together for a few seconds, and a baby mule will be born between them.
Fertility, sterility and rarity. Hinnies are difficult to obtain because of the differences in the number of chromosomes of the horse and the donkey. A donkey has 62 chromosomes, whereas a horse has 64. … The male hinny or mule can and will mate, but the emission is not fertile.
Where the two animal types coexist in the same habitat, it’s possible for horses and donkeys to breed in the wild to produce mules. This happens rarely, however, and nearly all the mules humans use they bred themselves. Humans have bred mules for thousands of years.
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On the other hand, horses can wear armor, but can’t wear chests. Horses are also often faster and can jump higher than donkeys.
Tamed wolves, both sitting, and lashed. And an assortment of penned sheep, pigs, llamas (one with chests) and donkeys and untamed horses. … Named horses and donkeys don’t despawn.
Horses and zebras can reproduce, and whether the result is a zorse or a hebra depends on the parents. It’s an unusual pairing usually requiring human help. Other zebra hybrids include the zonkey. Properly imprinted, equine hybrids can be trained like other domestic donkeys and horses.
While there are no recorded cases of fertile mule stallions, there have been a few dozen cases of mule mares giving birth after mating with a horse or donkey. … However, according to the American Donkey and Mule Society, only one hinny mare has ever been known to give birth, in China in 1981.
Syncope in Horses
This is most likely a glitch in the cardiovascular system. And may lead to cardiac arrest. Some stallions that are gelded late develop this problem as well, which might be related to their heart most of the times. Similarly, fainting after mating with a mare is also attributed to heart problems.
It is, of course, well known that giraffes and zebras exist in mixed herds in various parts of Africa, and therefore are in potential breeding contact (these regions include those where okapis occur). … And this difference would be even smaller with the cross reversed, that is, with a female giraffe and a male zebra.
A mule is the offspring of a male donkey (a jack) and a female horse (a mare). … The mule ends up with 63. Mules can be either male or female, but, because of the odd number of chromosomes, they can’t reproduce.
In horses, as many as one third of completely castrated geldings will still achieve full erection, mount, insert, thrust, and ejaculate, especially when given pasture free access to females in estrus. … Donkeys’ sexual behavior differs quite a bit from that of horses.
A donkey, although part of the horse family (Equidae), is, in fact, a different species from the horse (Equus africanus asinus). Donkeys are descended from the African wild ass. They were likely first bred around 5,000 years ago in Egypt or Mesopotamia. A mule, on the other hand, is a hybrid animal.