Breeds of donkeys: Indian donkeys

Breeds of donkeys: Indian donkeys

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Origins and attitudes

FAO has reported three distinct types of Indian donkeys: Indian, Indian wild and Kiang.
Wild Indian donkeys are found in the state of Gujarat (western India), the Kiang breed is bred in Sikkim (northeastern India) and Laddakh ((north India). Indian donkeys are bred in all Indian states.

Indian donkey

There are your types of Indian donkeys: one of a large size (light gray almost white) and another of a smaller size (more common, with a dark gray coat with brown spots).

Indian Donkey - Wild Indian Donkey

Wild Indian donkey

It has a brown-red brown coat with large white areas under the neck and in the lower part of the body.

Wild Indian donkey (photo



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