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    Winston Davis United States of America Were a viable and fertile mature and healthy donkey or horse to sexually mate with a mature and healthy mule of the opposite sex, could that sexual pairing result in an offspring that could ultimately, were it to be mature and healthy. sexually mate with a similarly mature and healthy but opposite-sex such offspring that could themselves produce a next-generation such offspring?
    2015-02-21 12:02:22

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    Carol Cooper Canada In what ways are donkeys and horses different?
    2015-01-19 20:01:51

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    Carol Cooper Canada Donkeys and horses are different species although they look similar. donkeys and horses mate to produce viable offspring called mules however, mule cannot produce off springs since they are infertile.
    2015-01-19 20:01:40

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    Muzafar Iqbal Pakistan How mules originate?
    2014-09-30 10:09:51

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    ERIC RETTERER United States of America What makes this happen? What cells are missing in mules that make them infertile?
    2014-06-14 00:06:42

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      Envr Smiu Pakistan yupp!! non-paired chromosomes
      2014-08-08 12:08:11
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      Maria Shortland Australia non-paired chromosome is missing in the mules to make them infertile
      2014-07-11 08:07:47
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