In developed countries where their use as beasts of burden has disappeared, donkeys are used to sire mules, to guard , for for children or tourists, and as pets.
Bourbonnais Donkey Photo: Bourbonnais Donkey The Bourbonnais donkey is a breed of domestic donkey from the historic region of the Bourbonnais, in the Auvergne region of central France.
In France only one breed, the Baudet du Poitou, was recognised until the early 1990s; by 2005, a further six donkey breeds had official recognition.
Throughout the world, working donkeys are associated with the very poor, with those living at or below subsistence level.
The hybrid between a and a jenny is a , and is less common.
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The indigenous Corsican donkey is small and usually grey, and it is thought to have been present on the island since Roman times.
The oldest divergencies are the Asian hemiones subgenus E.