Study reveals first recorded animal hybrids — RT World News


Kungas were created in ancient Mesopotamia by breeding domestic donkeys with Syrian wild asses

Donkey-ass hybrids pulled Mesopotamian battle wagons more than half a millennium before horses were bred for the same task, a new scientific report has revealed.

The research published in Science Advances on Friday claims that ancient ‘kungas’ used in Mesopotamia – and shown pulling wagons in artworks from the third millennium BC – were hybrids created by breeding female…



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