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Savannah Costa

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of Donkeys!


Why are they stubborn?
How complex are they?
Donkeys "stubbornness" may just be their better judgement. According to Carlye Jones Donkeys don't move because, they get a feeling where they are going or being led is dangerous. They stand there until they feel safer. This helps them with their survival skills.
At first Donkeys don't know that a bird taking flight or a tree stump can be harmless. As the donkey realizes that none of those things need to bother him/her, than your donkey will be less "stubborn" and more trusting.
Donkey's "stubborn" naive trait is hereditary and taught because they see their elders without trust and don't have it themselves. It is hereditary because they are born without knowledge of what is safe or not.


Jones, Carlye. "Are Donkeys Stubborn?" Animals. Pawnation, n.d. Web. 11 Oct. 2013. <http://animals.pawnation.com/donkeys-stubborn-3410.html>.
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