Difference between Donkey and Burro?

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There is no much difference between a burro and a donkey. A burro is a Spanish word for a donkey and they belong to the species 'asinus' with their population estimated at over 40 million all over the world. Donkeys or burros were first domesticated around 3000 BC in Egypt.
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A burro is the Spanish word for donkey. They are the same animal.
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There is no difference. They are the same exact animal. Burro is the spanish
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Mule is mare+jack (m. donk.), Donkey is sep. species. Burro was Spanish donkey, breeding changed look.
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burro is a species of donkey. the spanish who brought the name burro in north america.
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