Burros dispersos en el Semidesierto Queretano, causan graves daños a la flora nativa, especialmente a las cactáceas amenazadas como Echinocactus platyacanthus.
Bellavista del Río, Cadereyta de Montes, Querétaro.
Matorral Xerófilo Micrófilo/Matorral Xerófilo Rosetófilo
Camera trap image obtained by the Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme and the EDGE Instant Wild Programme of The Zoological Society of London (edgeofexistence.org).
These are Morgan horses...
saw this donkey in a village in Mauritania
Wild Pony, a.k.a. domestic horse (Equus caballus, syn. Equus ferus caballus) on Assateague Island National Seashore, MD, on the evening of May 12, 1986, as seen from inside our vehicle. We were camping at the state park, but probably driving around at that moment; indicated location is only a rough guess. Photo number: 0660-14 (low-resolution scan of a Kodachrome 64 slide) submitted to the Maryland Biodiversity Project through their flickr group.
My least favorite mammal. Really. I am not kidding. I think they are ungainly, have ugly teeth, and are overrated. So, I took a picture of one that I think captures my feelings.
Day is an estimate.
Black, red eyes, tail up, very small compared to rooster. 6 horses.
(ID based on ear shape, and the rarity of black rhinos.)
This donkey was grazing in a quiet pasture.
I may be wrong on this identification as the mouth area is not fully revealed. I do not know any other way of distinguishing the black rhino from the white rhino. Browsing habitat preferences are a factor.