Remember the days when you walked up to the mirror and adjusted your hair again for nth time before you headed out? Most of us take pride in how we look and having a good mop of hair is an important criterion for us to make an impression. Did you know humans have the longest hair of all mammals?
In the past, when women did not cut their hair, it was common to see hair that reached the floor. After humans, the mammal with the longest hair is the musk ox. Today as a part of our #PlantScienceHairCare series, we wanted to show you 10 animals that have better hair than you. Go on, get jealous.
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- Lhasa Apso dog
2. Alaskan Musk Ox
3. Norwegian Forest Cat
4. Long Haired Guinea Pig
5. Afghan Hound
6. Gypsy Vanner Horse
7. Samoyed dog
8. Highland Cattle
9. Flannel moth Caterpillar
10. Silkie Chicken
11. Bonus- fuffy cow
Which ones did you like among these? Let us know.
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