In this file photo from Aug. 11, 2010, two donkeys, Napoleon, left, and Antosia, stand near each others at a zoo in Poznan, Poland. (AP/Joanna Piechorowska, File)
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WARSAW: Napoleon is now back with his Antosia.The two amorous donkeys who were separated because of an outcry over their lovemaking have been reunited at a zoo in Poland.The zoo acknowledged making a mistake Thursday and said the donkeys are again in one pen.Two fan pages appeared on Facebook devoted to their cause, with a total of nearly 10,000 likes -- and photos of donkeys in the act.Experts weighed in, saying that forcing the donkeys to live alone could hurt their psychological well-being.
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