burro


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

burro:

see assass,
hoofed, herbivorous mammal of the genus Equus, closely related to the horse. It is distinguished from the horse by its small size, large head, long ears, and small hooves. There are two living species: Equus hemonius, the Asian ass, and E.
..... Click the link for more information.
.

burro

[′bu̇r·ō]
(vertebrate zoology)
A small donkey used as a pack animal.
References in periodicals archive ?
Of the Jemima Playhouse characters, Senor Burro has emerged to be one of the most beloved by the children.
Although they seem to move with disdainful slowness, llamas are perhaps even more surefooted than burros and willingly tackle obscenely steep, treacherous terrain.
Government statistics show the population "exceeds the rangeland carrying capacity of 27,000, resulting in degraded habitat and conflicts with other uses, such as wildlife and grazing,'' the BLM says, and that the "Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Program is the primary tool'' to keep the population in check.
Decidieron entonces que ambos, el viejo y el chico montarian el burro.
All in all, Pepe Burro is an ideal place for a laid back, relaxing meal that will give you the summer island feel.
Clasificacion por raza y sexo de los equidos estudiados: Razas Miniature Poni Falabella y Sexo Horse Shetland Miniature Macho 5 10 2 Hembra 20 15 23 25 25 25 Razas Burro Burro y Sexo Miniatura Enanos Macho 10 18 45 Hembra 15 7 80 25 25 125 Tabla No.
A group of people in Guayaquil, Ecuador, have tried to get a donkey named Senor Burro (Mr Donkey) on the ballot for the upcoming Presidential elections.
The new project will increase production of conchas, casco de burro and Japanese oysters.
Dixon et al (6), informaron un caso de esteatitis y mionecrosis en un burro neonato y Bruijn et al (7), reportaron un caso de EGA en un burro de 1.
Daney, a backpacker for over fifty years and a pack burro backpacker for the last twenty five, found available literature lacking and wrote this guide on the art and joy of packing with burros.