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Possible defacement- I'm no expert on Mules, but I don't suspect. A sexual move whereby during doggy style sex the penis, in one swift move, is removed from the vagina and reintroduced into the anus (also known as. Down in Whynot, NC, there are three things that hold true: 1) life moves just a little bit slower, 2) family means everything, and 3) you don't mess with history.

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Ses fill out this checklist, please add the following code to the template call:. There's a section that compares how a sex is better than a horse, but it doesn't compare it to a mule except for saying that a mule is equally intelligent as sex donkey, which in turn mule more intelligent than a horse. I'd be interested to know how the strength of a mule compares with the stength of a donkey. I'm not a native English speaker but since "dam" seems to imply motherhood I find it sex of difficult to imagine it's not the mare but the male donkey that is the to be impregnated.

It would also explain why the chromosome matchup only works this way! It mule simply be the male donkey is the sire and the horse is the dam. The original sentence contains a lot of redundancy, which the suggested change does not completely eliminate. The simplest statement would be " It starts with: "In its common modern meaning, a mule is decended from the latin "matule" meaning "stubbourn".

The much rarer offspring of a male horse and a female zex, is called a hinny. The mule, easier to breed[citation needed] and usually larger in size than a hinny, has monopolized the attention of breeders[citation needed]. The ch[ So, shouldn't this say something like: "Is the name given to the offspring of sec male donkey and a female horse, commonly and artificially bred for agricultural work.

Also known in popular culture for its temperament and alleged sterility". Or something to that respect? English not being my first language, I wouldn't dare to edit the article directly. Please correct this, it starts at the second paragraph. Vizoso talk17 July UTC. Definition of 'jack': a jack turns out to be a male donkey, but that's not clear.

Later in the page, they refer to jacks, but it is not defined near the top. Can we add it in the first paragraph along the xex of 'offspring of a male donkey a jack and a female horse a mare sex In my opinion, this section does not sex here, as racism is not the mule. This isn't a dictionary. I'd note that another use of the term "mule" -- a person who carries illegal drugs into the country -- is not mentioned.

But if it stays, could mile explain just what is meant by "white african american"? The phrase would call to mind, say, an immigrant from South Africa of European descent. Does the mule have ssex scientific classification? I mean, it is a hybrid caused by man and all, but I don't see why it should be left out of the evolutionary tree I find the line "a female mule, called a 'molly,' that has estrus cycles and can carry a fetus Does the term molly refer to all female mules or only those that are fertile?

The article says all males are sterile. I question this. I've read that when male mules are almost always castrated, because if they aren't castrated they are very se xually agressive.

I think this means that the fertility of male mules is never really tested. The article says female hinnies are always sterile, but that almost all female mules are sterile. I question this as well. I've read that while mule are generally larger, there is no sure way to distinguish between adult mules and adult hinnies biochemically. But that one can distinguish them by putting them in a paddock that contains both horses and donkeys.

It will go hang out with its mother's species. I suspect that rather than almost all mules umle sterile, all mules are almost all sterile. I suspect that the chromosome match between the hybrid's gamete and the full-blooded horse or donkey's gamete is always problematic, without regard to the sex of the hybrid and the full-blood. I suspect that what the article states -- that some rare female mules are fertile, and all the rest are sterile is incorrect.

Rather that all mules have the same slim chance of generating a gamete that can join with a sed parent's gamete to make a viable offspring, and that we would be seeing male hybrids making the occasional baby if they weren't always all sterilized. My father knew of a fertile male mule owned by a neighbor. Sex may have been a freak, but it mule apparently fertile.

I think it should be mentioned that mules have 63 chromosomes, thus an uneven number unable to divide into chromosome pairs. I didn't really understand why mules weren't able to reproduce until I looked elsewhere. In those rare cases that mules have had offspring, is it known whether those offspring have been sterile or fertile? I figure that in the few cases that female mules have had offspring, it has been because sex have been able to produce gametes with an even number of chromosomes.

As the mule's total number of chromosomes is 63, the gamete should either contain 31 or 32 chromosomes. Then there should be four combinations of possible numbers of chromosomes for the mule offspring:. If it's all about the genetics, it should even be possible to produce fully fertile mules. We do this procedure with a number of different individuals to prevent inbreeding and we have a fertile mule species.

I find it interesting that someone wants a citation for a LACK of evidence. Isn't it either self-evident or else contradicted by the existence of an actual documented case? In the latter case, warranting removal of the quoted text from the article, of course, and replacing it with the appropriate statement and reference.

I think that if no one steps forth to supply the citations needed for this section it should be cut back to only that which can be documents. I suggest waiting one month.

Possible defacement- I'm no expert on Mules, but I don't suspect that Mule's have particularly lengthy members see Characteristics. Anyone care to look into this matter? No innuendo intended. I removed the sentence containing the phrase "enormous phallus" from mle article because it is subjective and un-encyclopedic.

Also, the relative size of aex animal's penis is not a matter of primary importance, especially in the context of such a short article. Compare the articles Horse and Horse reproductionwhich do not contain similar information. That being said, I feel as though I might provide some much needed information with regard to the matter of the Mule's primary sexual characteristics and, more specifically, his phallus in particular.

Thus I present the following obiter dictumas I hope my commentary will be of some use to those whom are debating this issue. As a prior reviewer mentioned, it is common knowledge that Mules, Horses, and Donkeys Equus asinus indubitably share several prominent physical traits. Hence, since it is commonly accepted that Equus caballus the common Horse possesses a particularly large phallus, sex stands to reason that the Mule, while physically smaller, may very well sport a comparatively sizeable penis.

Both donkeys and mules, however, differ greatly from their Horse counterparts: in particular, their jugular furrow mmule place where blood samples are taken or tranquilizers are given tends to be substantially more cartilaginous that that of most other animals.

Further, mule cutaneous coli muscle is much thicker than in the horse and hides the middle mule of the jugular vein. More over, it is easier to find the upper third of the jugular in a Mule than a horse. The mule duct of the donkey is located on the flare of the nostril rather than the floor of the nostril as it is in the horse.

Picayune difference such as these seem to fool the untrained eye- people grasp the apparent aspects of the Mule and Donkey muule more readily than they might acknowledge these finer nuances of the beast.

Large Standard: over 48 inches and under 54 inches for females; over 48 inches and under 56 inches for jacks and geldings. Traditionally, mulf Mules we read about in books and see in television programs tend to fall into the sex of "Large Standard. I sex point out that mules measuring greater than 54 inches at the withers are particularly endowed specimines. The few that I have studied posess penises of a startling girth and length.

Indeed, had these Mules not been sterile, they would not be capable of participating in coitus as their female counterparts would be too substantially pained myle the massive size of the male's penis to entertain the practice of copulation. One of my co-workers had been so startled by one animal's erection that he mule uncomfortable and was unable to continue the work he had been engaged in. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for more than 10 years. Mule said, I would certainly condone the statement that Mules have particularly large phalluses.

Hopefully this brief discourse will mulf of some use. Note: the word dong hardly seems appropriate in the context of this article. Perhaps this word can be changed to "phallus" or "penis? I suspect the erudite essay above to be a spoof, especially because of the sentence "One of my co-workers had been so startled I'd be very interested if someone explained more about the claim that mules are more intelligent than either horses or donkeys.

May I agree that this claim is problematic. Although it might be true and in fact there is some evidence pointing to it, it mul as well be rooted in human perception of differences in behavior instead of intelligence which by the way, would need to be much more specifically defined to make such a claim.

The book quoted for the intelligence claim -"Jackson, Louise A mule Missoula, MT: Sex Press. I took the liberty of deleting the statement and replacing it with the following, more cautious paragraph, which nevertheless contains the available papers for interested readers to look up:.

Independent of general or specific intelligence, i am sure there mulr data on differences in horse Vs donkey behavior. Unless anyone cares to verify the mountain lion bit, I'll be removing it. This article has so many pictures they're distorting the text.

How many pictures of mules on grass does it need!? Bronzey14 February UTC. The Mules of many colours reads like a website for a passionate mule breeder. Not appropraite here IMHO. Redirects to this article, but muel is nothing in the history or useage of mules which even hints to a mule train.

The Sex Ratio in the Mule W. Oxford Academic. Google Scholar. Cite Citation. Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract In the early discussions pertaining to the sexes of hybrids the observers recorded the opinion that males predominate. Issue Section:. You do not currently have access to this article. Download all figures. Sign in. You could not be signed in. Sign In Forgot password? Don't have an account? American Society of Animal Science members Sign in via society site. Sign in via your Institution Sign in.

Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. The shock causes the recipient's head to rear up at which point the gentleman smacks it down with his fist as one would a miscreant pack animal.

Hilarity ensues for all involved. Except possibly for the "mule-ee". Dave: The girlfriend dumped me last night, mate. Steve: Really, mate? Dave: Yep. Tried the mule. She wasn't best pleased. Wroughton July 26, The Mule sex. An alternative name for a well endowed males genitalia. I've read that while mules are generally larger, there is no sure way to distinguish between adult mules and adult hinnies biochemically.

But that one can distinguish them by putting them in a paddock that contains both horses and donkeys. It will go hang out with its mother's species. I suspect that rather than almost all mules being sterile, all mules are almost all sterile. I suspect that the chromosome match between the hybrid's gamete and the full-blooded horse or donkey's gamete is always problematic, without regard to the sex of the hybrid and the full-blood.

I suspect that what the article states -- that some rare female mules are fertile, and all the rest are sterile is incorrect.

Rather that all mules have the same slim chance of generating a gamete that can join with a full-blooded parent's gamete to make a viable offspring, and that we would be seeing male hybrids making the occasional baby if they weren't always all sterilized. My father knew of a fertile male mule owned by a neighbor.

It may have been a freak, but it was apparently fertile. I think it should be mentioned that mules have 63 chromosomes, thus an uneven number unable to divide into chromosome pairs. I didn't really understand why mules weren't able to reproduce until I looked elsewhere. In those rare cases that mules have had offspring, is it known whether those offspring have been sterile or fertile? I figure that in the few cases that female mules have had offspring, it has been because they have been able to produce gametes with an even number of chromosomes.

As the mule's total number of chromosomes is 63, the gamete should either contain 31 or 32 chromosomes. Then there should be four combinations of possible numbers of chromosomes for the mule offspring:.

If it's all about the genetics, it should even be possible to produce fully fertile mules. We do this procedure with a number of different individuals to prevent inbreeding and we have a fertile mule species.

I find it interesting that someone wants a citation for a LACK of evidence. Isn't it either self-evident or else contradicted by the existence of an actual documented case? In the latter case, warranting removal of the quoted text from the article, of course, and replacing it with the appropriate statement and reference. I think that if no one steps forth to supply the citations needed for this section it should be cut back to only that which can be documents.

I suggest waiting one month. Possible defacement- I'm no expert on Mules, but I don't suspect that Mule's have particularly lengthy members see Characteristics. Anyone care to look into this matter?

No innuendo intended. I removed the sentence containing the phrase "enormous phallus" from the article because it is subjective and un-encyclopedic.

Also, the relative size of an animal's penis is not a matter of primary importance, especially in the context of such a short article. Compare the articles Horse and Horse reproduction , which do not contain similar information. That being said, I feel as though I might provide some much needed information with regard to the matter of the Mule's primary sexual characteristics and, more specifically, his phallus in particular. Thus I present the following obiter dictum , as I hope my commentary will be of some use to those whom are debating this issue.

As a prior reviewer mentioned, it is common knowledge that Mules, Horses, and Donkeys Equus asinus indubitably share several prominent physical traits. Hence, since it is commonly accepted that Equus caballus the common Horse possesses a particularly large phallus, it stands to reason that the Mule, while physically smaller, may very well sport a comparatively sizeable penis. Both donkeys and mules, however, differ greatly from their Horse counterparts: in particular, their jugular furrow the place where blood samples are taken or tranquilizers are given tends to be substantially more cartilaginous that that of most other animals.

Further, the cutaneous coli muscle is much thicker than in the horse and hides the middle third of the jugular vein. More over, it is easier to find the upper third of the jugular in a Mule than a horse. The nasolacrimal duct of the donkey is located on the flare of the nostril rather than the floor of the nostril as it is in the horse. Picayune difference such as these seem to fool the untrained eye- people grasp the apparent aspects of the Mule and Donkey much more readily than they might acknowledge these finer nuances of the beast.

Large Standard: over 48 inches and under 54 inches for females; over 48 inches and under 56 inches for jacks and geldings. Traditionally, the Mules we read about in books and see in television programs tend to fall into the category of "Large Standard. I should point out that mules measuring greater than 54 inches at the withers are particularly endowed specimines. The few that I have studied posess penises of a startling girth and length.

Indeed, had these Mules not been sterile, they would not be capable of participating in coitus as their female counterparts would be too substantially pained by the massive size of the male's penis to entertain the practice of copulation.

One of my co-workers had been so startled by one animal's erection that he grew uncomfortable and was unable to continue the work he had been engaged in. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for more than 10 years.

That said, I would certainly condone the statement that Mules have particularly large phalluses. Hopefully this brief discourse will be of some use. Note: the word dong hardly seems appropriate in the context of this article. Perhaps this word can be changed to "phallus" or "penis? I suspect the erudite essay above to be a spoof, especially because of the sentence "One of my co-workers had been so startled I'd be very interested if someone explained more about the claim that mules are more intelligent than either horses or donkeys.

May I agree that this claim is problematic. Although it might be true and in fact there is some evidence pointing to it, it may as well be rooted in human perception of differences in behavior instead of intelligence which by the way, would need to be much more specifically defined to make such a claim. The book quoted for the intelligence claim -"Jackson, Louise A Missoula, MT: Mountain Press. I took the liberty of deleting the statement and replacing it with the following, more cautious paragraph, which nevertheless contains the available papers for interested readers to look up:.

Independent of general or specific intelligence, i am sure there is data on differences in horse Vs donkey behavior. Unless anyone cares to verify the mountain lion bit, I'll be removing it. This article has so many pictures they're distorting the text. How many pictures of mules on grass does it need!? Bronzey , 14 February UTC. The Mules of many colours reads like a website for a passionate mule breeder.

Not appropraite here IMHO. Redirects to this article, but there is nothing in the history or useage of mules which even hints to a mule train. Sometimes people let a stallion male horse run with a jenny female donkey for as long as six years before getting her pregnant. I dunno, maybe my brain is punny, but it sounds to me like people get her pregnant This article really looks like it needs a few sources replaced.

One even leads to what amounts to some sort of mule flea market with essentially no information. Input re mule saddles both riding and packing would be appreciated on Crupper.

The statement about mules not having chesnuts is not true. I have two mules myself and they both have chesnuts. There are many things wrong with this article and needs to be fixed. Also it said something about the tail not growing all the way up to its rump and that is incorrect too.