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N.C. farm rents out miniature donkey to crash video calls

A miniature donkey named Mambo is getting some online love in North Carolina. He's been joining school and corporate video calls during the pandemic.

INDIAN TRAIL, N.C. — A miniature donkey named Mambo is getting some online love in North Carolina, where a farm is getting in on the idea of having animals spice up tedious virtual meetings during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Charlotte Observer reports Peace N Peas Farm is will rent the 8-year-old miniature donkey to crash company conference calls. 

Companies can also reserve horses, chickens and ducks as guests, for $50 each. 

The owner of the animals says she has also gotten requests from teachers who want the animals to crash their virtual classrooms. 

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