July 28, 2010 by staff 

ZedonkZedonk, Dahlonega, Georgia (AP) – A zedonk, an unusual cross between a donkey and a zebra, is attracting attention in the Wildlife Reserve after the Chestatee Dahlonega born there last week. The animal, which has a father and mother donkey zebra has black stripes in conspicuous places in the legs and face.

Wathen CW, preserving the founder and general manager, said the colt has an instinct for zebra. Wathen said that sits instead of lying at his side, as if she is to stay alert for predators.

Donkeys and zebras are not mating, but occasionally turn zedonks.

Wathen said that in about two weeks, the zedonk start roaming the property with the other animals.


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