Created on Monday, 24 November 2008 17:41
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 October 2017 19:22
Written by Desiree Eldering
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Nowadays there are fortunately between 30 to 35 donkeys walking around free. They live in groups of 2 to 16 animals. Donkeys are the largest "wild animals" in Aruba, and are no problem at all, as long as they do not endanger traffic.

At this moment we know 1 large group consisting of 10 animals. This group can be found in the neighborhood of the Seroe Colorado

donkey group

There are, however, some dangers for them:

At the donkey sanctuary, ill, maltreated and weak donkeys are daily taken care of by volunteers. This is done thanks to fundraising activities, donations and the adoption program