lei325

Pseudo-adult
7+ Year Member
Jan 7, 2010
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Connecticut
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Veterinarian
That's crazy!! I can't wait to see what they find.
 

lei325

Pseudo-adult
7+ Year Member
Jan 7, 2010
301
22
151
Connecticut
Status
Veterinarian

Tobysgirl81

VMRCVM c/o 2014!
Jan 24, 2010
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Its been a long time since I've had the course, so bear with me because I don't remember the exact specifics. As I recall because mules are a mix of donkeys and horses, they most COMMONLY have 63 chromosomes, but MAY have 62 or 64 chromosomes. There have been stories for a long time about mules giving birth, its just a pretty rare event because its so uncommon for the mix of genetics to land on an even number of chromosomes.

Just keep it in mind if you decide to own mules ;) Never leave your Mollies out with your stallions or jacks!