A zedonk, an unusual cross between a donkey and a zebra, is attracting attention at the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve in Dahlonega after being born there about a week ago. The animal, which has a zebra father and donkey mother, has black stripes prominently displayed on her legs and face.
C.W. Wathen, the preserve's founder and general manager, said the foal has a zebra's instincts. Wathen said she sits up instead of lying on her side, as if she's staying alert for predators.
Donkeys and zebras don't usually mate, but zedonks turn up occasionally.
You know what else usually don't mate? Humans and horses. Then how do you explain the centaurs? Somebody really wanted a pony growing up (and has daddy issues).
Zedonk hybrid born at Ga. wildlife preserve [yahoonews]
Thanks to Morgan, who's trying to mate badgers and donkeys to breed bad-asses.