I sometimes get confused when translating such an English adjective into Arabic in terms of order. Kindly, have a look at the following:
The African wild ass is the granddaddy of the domesticated donkeys of today. It is a desert animal, living primarily in three countries of Africa. It looks like a regular donkey except for its legs, which appear to be wearing black and white striped knee-high socks.
The African wild ass also is called the Abyssinian wild ass, Somali wild ass, Somali wild donkey and African wild donkey.
My question is this:
as far as I know, the origin adjective is always adjacent to the material--the thing being described (ass) if I not mistaken
The wild African ass?