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burro

the Spanish word for donkey; commonly used in North and South America.
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The animals at the Ewing facility are part of the Bureau's Wild Horse and Burro Program that began in 1971.
I was pleased to see Nicolas Brulliard's article ["The Burro Quandary"] in the winter issue.
You can ride them, but as with mules, burros require burro-specific saddles.
newinfinitescroll=false) recommendation by the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board that the U.
Rebecca Wiler, whose official title is Wild Horse and Burro specialist with the agency, was assisting prospective adopters with necessary paperwork in a trailer set up at the Fairview Farm, Friday and Saturday during the two-day event.
8220;The approval and signing of this Resolution by the Washoe County Commission is a landmark day in the protection of all Nevada's horses and burros.
La deformacion del borde dorsal del cuello fue observada con mayor prevalencia en burros miniaturas y enanos ya que estos presentaron mayor condicion de obesidad, con respecto a los otros equidos miniatura.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced Tuesday that it will suspend the killing of burros in the park and work with the Humane Society of the United States to find nonlethal methods of removing the animals.
Los casos reportados en burros por Dixon et al (6) y Bruijn et al (7), han correspondido a neonatos menores de 2 meses, en los cuales no fue determinada la actividad eritrocitica de la GSH-Px, la sospecha diagnostica se fundo en los hallazgos clinicos, anatomopatologicos e histopatologicos, por lo que no se puede afirmar que la esteatosis reportada fue por deficiencia de selenio.
Y como se acostumbraba en aquella epoca soltar a los burros, despues de que estos habian sido utilizados durante el dia para el acarreo de agua, uno de ellos encontro una burra alrededor del mercado por lo que empezo a hacerle el amor sin tomar en cuenta que en sus correrias, destruian la mercancia del tapatio, que se desganitaba gritando a los burros para que se fueran a otro lado, sin ser atendido.
As soon as Burros broke the story, Henry Haller, who has been a White House chef for 21 years, from the time of Lyndon B.
The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages about 33,100 wild horses and burros on 199 Herd Management Areas (HMA) in 10 western states.