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Face Fact: The sand-mule, a lesser known breed of donkey, is the muse for most cartoon characters’ face shapes. The animal was first identified as a different breed of donkey when conservationist, Jack Ahssey found three of them lying in the snow, trying to make what looked like snow angels.