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In the grip of an Ice Age, the Earth's temperature dropped, locking the world's moisture into giant glaciers and bringing intense drought to Saharan Africa. Listen to your favorite National Geographic news daily, anytime, anywhere from your mobile phone. In humans we expect a certain amount of hair loss with age—some even beat Mother Nature to it by shaving it all off.
But some animals defy the conventions of their species and go nudist … or at least bald-headed. Monkeys can be cute, fierce, or majestic, but the red uakari (Cacajao calvus) is downright surreal.
Mark Bowler, postdoctoral fellow at the San Diego Zoo Global Institute for Conservation Research, told National Geographic that while other monkeys have hairless faces, only one other species is bald-headed, the pied tamarin (Saguinis bicolor). The Peruvian Inca orchid, sometimes nicknamed the PIO, is Peru’s official dog, and it can be hairless or coated. As sighthounds—like greyhounds, whippets, and borzois—the dogs are bred to hunt by sight rather than scent. The breed got a profile boost in 2008 when, upon hearing of then-President-Elect Barack Obama’s promise of a new hypoallergenic puppy for his daughters, the Association of Friends of Hairless Dogs of Peru offered the Obamas a PIO.
Some might hear the phrase “skinny pig” and think of a farm animal that’s not getting enough food. Fanciers of hairless pets, however, may already know that the “skinny pig” is a bald version of the fluffy-coated popular pet, the guinea pig, Cavia porcellus (well, nearly bald—it has some fluff on its nose and feet).
The skinny is not to be confused with another, unrelated hairless guinea pig, the Baldwin, which is born with a coat that falls out in adulthood. This video shows a pup who is losing hair—on his nose, it seems—and also sounding like a Hot Wheels car alarm.


Certainly not when you see a king vulture (Sarcoramphus papa) in flight, or consider what a stinky, messy, bacteria-ridden place the world would be if they weren’t around to clean up and chow down on dead animals in town and country. And it’s that scavenging that has long been thought to be the reason for the vulture’s conspicuously bald head.
A report in the journal Comparative Medicine says that little is known about hair loss in captive non-human primates because it’s typically thought of as stress-related.
Ferrets often develop Alopecia (hair loss) due to Adrenal disease and just old age, becoming completely bald. I have a hairless (almost) rat bought from a pet store for $5 where it was kept mixed in with the common haired variety. We’re Moving!As of October 22, 2014, Weird & Wild will be hosted on National Geographic's main news site. Kingo and his family of western lowland gorillas are giving researchers an intimate glimpse into their private lives. Animals thrive in a remote Zambian valley, all in step with the seasonal rhythms of the Luangwa River. There are a number of mammals and birds, however, that we expect to see in full fur and feathers, aside, of course, from the times they molt or shed.
A little while back we brought you a list of hairless animals, from funky naked mole rats to bare bears. These tree-top dwellers of the Amazon River Basin have a coat of longish auburn or white hair topped with a bright-red bald head. Its coloring isn’t a pigment, but rather is due to specialized blood vessels close to the skin.


Maybe that’s because hunting and habitat loss has caused their numbers to drop by 30 percent in as many years, giving it vulnerable status on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Skinnies are likely a descendent of the IAF hairless guinea pig, first identified in 1978 at Montreal’s Institut Armand-Frappier. These chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) have alopecia, an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss and also occurs in humans.
According to the report, assessing individual cases for underlying medical causes and monitoring the animal’s behavior are ultimately the best ways to treat it. Here are Traveler magazine's 20 best places in the world to visit, including Virunga Volcanoes.
They look a bit like a mascot who forgot to put on the head part of his costume before going to work. Some have theorized that facial redness is a signal of good health, a theory Bowler is in the process of testing. They’re used in dermatological testing (like tattoo research) but also found their way into the market as pets.
Louis Zoo who had alopecia universalis, or hair loss over the entire body, died in 2009 after catching a cold (here’s some video of Cinder).



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