The Angola colobus is a species of African monkey found primarily in the canopy. Their tails measure 28–33 inches, while their whole length ranges from 19–27 inches.
The spider monkey has long legs and a tail. Their body length is 21 inches, and their tail is 34 inches. The spider monkey's tail can sustain its entire body weight.
The red kangaroo can weigh 200 pounds, stand 5 feet tall, and have a 3-foot tail. The red kangaroo's long tail was traditionally thought to aid in balance and support.
The ring-tailed lemur's tail has 13 alternating black and white bands. They're native to southeastern Madagascar and have 2-foot tails.
Howler monkeys are herbivores with 26-inch tails. They utilise their lengthy tail to hold tree branches. Since they live in trees, they eat leaves, vines, and fruit.
The average length of a tree kangaroo is 32 inches, with their tails measuring another 36 inches. This marsupial's long tail serves as a stabiliser while it's up in the canopy.
Snow leopards have leopard-like markings and rosettes. However, they're connected to tigers. A snow leopard's 3-foot-long tail helps it balance on rough slopes.
Long tails help cows fend off insects. The average cow's tail is 7 to 8 inches long, making it unique among animals. There are breeds with shorter tails.