Roan Antelopes

Roan antelopes have shoulder-length manes. Their longer manes protect them more than zebra manes. Brown bodies with black, brown, or grey manes.

Sable Antelopes

Sable antelopes have manes. One mane is on their collar while another is on their throat. Their horns can grow to 5.2 feet in length, like an elephant's tusk.

Bactrian Camels

Bactrian camels have 9.8-inch throat & neck manes. Warm winter manes. These animals have two fat humps that allow them to go without water or food.


Wildebeests are antelopes with thick, shaggy manes. Both genders have manes. They have lengthy beards, large muzzles, horns, and bushy tails.


Male giraffes are 18 feet tall. 6 foot neck. Their short neck hairs can't defend them against insects or predators. Longer manes are for mating.

 lion-tailed Macaque

The lion-tailed macaque has a black-tipped tail and a silver-white mane. Head and cheeks are hairy. Shy, forest-dwelling arboreal mammals.

Maned Sloth

The maned sloth dwells in Brazilian rainforests. The only difference is their long black hair. Females have two lengthy tufts, while males have darker, longer manes.


Both wild and domesticated horse manes are protective. It guards the horse's neck from predators and mosquitoes. Their manes give shade and comfort on bright days.


Zebras don't have neck hair like horses. Zebras adult, female, and young have stiff manes. The mane can deter neck bites.

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