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Encyclopedia > Beast of burden

A Beast of Burden is an animal that toils for the benefit of humans such as a mule or an ox. For other uses of the word mule, see mule (disambiguation). ... Binomial name Bos taurus Linnaeus, 1758 Cattle are domesticated ungulates, a member of the subfamily Bovinae of the family Bovidae. ...

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Working animal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1136 words)
Such animals are sometimes known as beasts of burden.
Often the same species as beasts of burden, especially in a tread-mill, e.g.
Often the economic analysis in agricultural science of substitution between human and animal power shows that traditional societies make worse decisions concerning animal welfare than the welfare of their citizens.
Beast or Burden - RPG Chat (4271 words)
Beast are people who have a beast, such as a dragon, snake/syrphent, or animals such as that as a friend, gaurden, and ally.
Burdens are people that have had a beast, and they or the beast betrayed one another, and want to stop the bounding of the beast with the beast people.
She would let the beast bed her for a child of his taking.But sholto became to pretty for the sluagh, and prettyiness to a tentacled monstrosity is ugly so with a violent outburts ripped Sholto's mother throat out and let baby Sholto lay crying in his own mothers blood.
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