At one time, burros were considered indispensable.In the late 1800s, mining towns spread throughout the Southwest, pulling mineral wealth out of places like California’s Death Valley or Nevada's Virginia City. In the absence of internal combustion engines, something had to help grind the rocks and ferry supplies. Burros became a vital work force. But as claims ran dry and mines closed, miners released them into the desert. Wild burros have long ears, a short mane and come in a variety of colors from black to brown to gray to red roan. The most common coloring is grey with a white muzzle and white underbelly. Wild burros average 44 inches tall and weight about 500 pounds at maturity. Male burros are known as jacks while females are called jennies.
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