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Why Can't Mules Have Babies? | Mental Floss

Why Can't Mules Have Babies? | Mental Floss

One of the most exciting aspects of field biology is capturing and handling animals, and this video puts you in the cockpit to witness the dynamics of net gunning mule deer from a low-flying helicopter. The goal of the research in southwest Wyoming is to discover reasons for a decline in the mule deer population, now one third below the Wyoming Game & Fish objective of 564,150. WyoFile reporter Angus M. Thuermer Jr. recently joined a research team as they captured 175 mule deer. For the two…

One of the most exciting aspects of field biology is capturing and handling animals, and this video puts you in the cockpit to witness the dynamics of net gunning mule deer from a low-flying helicopter. The goal of the research in southwest Wyoming is to discover reasons for a decline in the mule deer population, now one third below the Wyoming Game & Fish objective of 564,150. WyoFile reporter Angus M. Thuermer Jr. recently joined a research team as they captured 175 mule deer. For the two…

Horses (and a mule) with interesting patterns. Mostly from Horses are Beautiful.

Horses (and a mule) with interesting patterns. Mostly from Horses are Beautiful.

I like mules. This would be my draft animal of choice. The only drawback is the inability to breed mules from mules!

I like mules. This would be my draft animal of choice. The only drawback is the inability to breed mules from mules!

"THE MULE.   This man-made animal is nearing extinction under the impact of mechanization. Its biology goes considerably beyond the mere fact that it is the result of a cross between a donkey and a horse."  by Theodore H. Savory.     Courtesy: Ray DeLea, www.owensvalleyhistory.com

"THE MULE. This man-made animal is nearing extinction under the impact of mechanization. Its biology goes considerably beyond the mere fact that it is the result of a cross between a donkey and a horse." by Theodore H. Savory. Courtesy: Ray DeLea, www.owensvalleyhistory.com

Hank explains speciation - the evolutionary process by which new biological species arise - in terms of finches, ligers, mules, and dogs.

Hank explains speciation - the evolutionary process by which new biological species arise - in terms of finches, ligers, mules, and dogs.

Mule Bodyguard Protects Farmer As He Checks Over Calf

Mule Bodyguard Protects Farmer As He Checks Over Calf

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