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Zonkey Born



This rare animal is not something you often see at your local zoo.



According to the Reynosa zoo's Facebook page, a hybrid zebra-donkey has
been born.



Photos of the zonkey were posted on the zoo’s Facebook page earlier
this week.



Zoo officials said Khumba is “a real miracle of life” and is the zoo's first
cebrasno.



 



Source: KGBT



Zonkey Born

Monday, April 28 2014, 10:24 AM EDT

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