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Old 12-14-2012, 02:23 AM   #11
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Screw a horse, I'm getting a mule...
Whatever you do, don't try to screw the mule. It'll kill you.
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That's why you always want a mule or donkey with ur cows they will fight anything that comes around looking for a meal

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Some body is fool'in Flat Landers. That Mule is saddled up for hunting. There is a pair of tracking hounds. That Lion is limp from the get go. Do you really think a mule can catch a live lion without getting a scratch?

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http://suite101.com/article/guard-donkeys-mules-protect-against-predators-a189778
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Bobcats and coyotes don't kill horses and bull moose. Mtn. Lions can take out a horse or mule Pronto. You can not stack Barb wire or handle mountain lions without getting cut up.

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Explain how the cat looks dead to you in the first picture. It looks pretty damn alive to me.

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Bobcats and coyotes don't kill horses and bull moose.
And while I don't know about this part particularly, I've personally seen bobcats and coyotes get incredibly effed up by mules and donkeys. So what's the point? We're talking about mule vs mountain lion.
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I don't know, If the lion ran by the mule for the dogs like they said, the mule could have come off clean.
The only way I can see it being true, is if it happened exactly how they said. Who knows.

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How about the article c3 already linked?

FWIW, I don't generally take pictures of normal stuff, like mules or donkeys killing coyotes. This is well known and well documented. To find dead coyotes surrounded by donkey and mule tracks, or to see it happen, or to call out the vet to stitch up a couple bites is a normal occurrence.

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And since your too lazy to do anything more than just troll, here. I found this just for you.

http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals/mulelion.asp

And as far as donkeys killing coyotes, just look it up. Oh wait, I went ahead and did that for you too.

http://www.google.com/search?q=donkeys+kill+coyotes&hl=en&tbo=d&biw=320& bih=295&source=lnms&sa=X&ei=8bPKUOjtOoG88wT-ioGABQ&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAA

Now, if you want me to give you pictures I've taken myself of donkeys killing coyotes, that'd just too damn bad. I've also never taken a picture of a spider building a web, a chicken turning her eggs, any bird in flight, or a dog gnawing on a bone, yet these are all things these animals are known to do. Would you like to dispute any of them?

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