Mules rule over horses, donkeys in spatial cognition tests

Written by Christa Lesté-Lasserre Cross-posted from TheHorse.com According to recent research by British scientists, mules appear to have a faster capacity to learn about spatial relations—figuring out where things are, or navigating around objects—than horses and donkeys. And when objects get moved and the animals must find new paths around them, horses stand out as… Continue reading Mules rule over horses, donkeys in spatial cognition tests