Mules are an offspring of a female horse, and a male donkey
By Xaezusa | self meida writer
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Television has given us a very different description to what a mule is. A mule is portrayed as something scary on Television, but in actual fact a mule is the total opposite of how it is portrayed on TV
A mule is an offspring of a female horse , and male donkey. When a female horse , and male donkey mate they produce a tougher animal that possesses traits which neither of them have.
A mule does not require as much food as it parents , even though a mule eats less it has stronger stamina than its parents. An angry mule is a dangerous mule . When a mule is angry it is able to kick backwards as well as sideways .
The average lifespan of a mule is between 35 to 40 years which shows that mules are able to live for a long period of time , but only sad thing is that all mules are born 99 percent sterile , meaning that the chances of them producing an offspring are very slim.
7 million mules are born each year in china , and they are commonly used as a means of transport.
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