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Is it possible to ride other animals (not horse) for a long time?

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Is there animals you can ride for a long time and still maintain a decent speed, that isn't a horse, donkey or mule? submitted by /u/sevisbassy [link] [comments]

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Mules Serve as Military Animals in Afghanistan

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Birding at a Historic Sporting Estate

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Down a dirt lane bordered by Southern Magnolia trees, I leaned over a fence to watch two mules feeding quietly, then followed the road to a white-paneled house, complete with pink Azalea bushes by the front door. Though I had only walked around for a few minutes, I could already tell how birdy the estate really was.

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My Global Big (half-)Day, May 2022

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A few Eurasian Tree Sparrows land by my car as I am scanning for Purple and Squacco Herons , Pygmy Cormorants and Black-necked Grebes in their brilliant breeding plumage.

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Birdwatching Bilsa and Mache Chindul Reserve

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Long-wattled Umbrellabird Rose-faced Parrot Scaled Pigeon Emerald Tanager To arrive at the Bilsa Research Station during the rainy season we rode on mud-threading mules for 3 hours. I asked our mule owners about this issue and they explained that 100% of the reserve is owned by the people that live inside the reserve!

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Columbian Black-tailed Deer Odocoileus hemionus columbianus

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The Black-tailed Deer , or, in this case, the Columbian Black-tailed Deer , is not a full species, but one of two black-tailed subspecies of Mule Deer.* Though morphologically distinguishable from other subspecies of Mule Deer it is not a species in and of itself.

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San Juan De La Costa

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In addition to the hundred or so species of birds I regularly find here, there are Desert Foxes, Bobcats, Mountain Lions, Desert Bighorn Sheep and Mule Deer. Despite the eyesore that is this mine, the wildlife continues to thrive in this harsh environment. Here are a few of the birds we spotted last weekend. Black-throated Sparrows.