Burros are beasts of burden and bear many in Morocco. They are essential to the economy. One or two people will ride them. Men straddle them or often ride side saddle. If the burro is fully loaded, people will walk beside them. They are often atttached to homemade two or four-wheeled carts that are full of goods or passengers. They are found in the cities, villages and open roads. We see them standing on the side of the road, tethered to a stake, post or bush.
Often burros can be found grazing in fields. Free-range burros wander in small packs. We even saw one in a ditch that someone had set on fire. They are used to plow fields by themselves or in pairs. We saw two burros riding in the back of a pickup truck.
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