INTERESTING ANIMALS-20160822

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Hairy Caterpillar
Arguably this is one of the caterpillars that actually looks cooler before turning into a butterfly.



Mini Highland Cow
Who needs eyes with such beautiful hair?



Is that a yummy carrot you got there?


Hungarian Komondor Dog
Also known as the “mop dog” because of this breed’s unique resemblance to a mop.



Gypsy Vanner Horse
Who else dreams of having hair this effortlessly gorgeous every morning? I know I do!



Afghan Hound 


Spotted Apatelodes Caterpillar 


Samoyed Dog
Pretty fluffy hair that keeps them warm and helps them camouflage perfectly with 
a blanket of white snow.



Polish Buff Laced Chicken 



Norwegian Forest Cats 




Feather Duster Budgie 
Feather Duster syndrome is seen in English Budgie birds. Breeders do not 
intentionally create feather dusters, it is actually a rare genetic problem that occurs
 due to interbreeding and over breeding. If a Feather Duster is born, most breeders
 will stop breeding the responsible pair. When birds are first born with this 
mutation they just appear very large, causing breeders to assume they actually
 have a very good bird on their hands. Then, within about 4 weeks feathers start 
to grow more rapidly and do not stop, even after they molt.
While it sure looks cool, this mass amount of feathers can cause a lot of 
issues for the bird, causing many owners to trim the excess feathers to help. 
Unfortunately, feather dusters don't usually live longer than 2-12 months, and
 other issues can include muscle deterioration, difficulty perching, flying, preening, and climbing.



Timor The Norwegian Forest Cat 
What do you mean it’s cold out here? I feel just puuurrrfect!



Fluffy Hamster 
Who cares about my hair right now, this broccoli is incredible!



Valais Sheep
One of the sheep sticks out her tongue saying, “My fleece brings all the
 boys to the yard, and they're like, it’s better than yours!”



Hairy Pig 
This pig knows how to keep warm throughout the winter!



White Silkie Hen


Curley Haired Pigeon 
The most fascinating pigeon in the park, hands down.



Angora Rabbit
But is there a REALLY a rabbit under there?! And if so, how much does it
weight without all of this hair.



Mary River Turtle
You might be thinking, wait WHAT?! A river turtle with hair? But this guys cool
 Mohawk is actually made of pink algae!



Long-Haired Guinea Pig 
There is one extra responsibility that comes with owning this breed of guinea pig, 
a whole lot of hair brushing!





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