Coolest Haircuts in the Animal Kingdom

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Oh? You must be thinking about those cool and all the rave haircuts that's going around these days~ Oh no~ I'm not talking about that~ And I'm not even talking about a pet groomer's masterpiece! This is all about what we find in our beautiful earth that comes in their most beautiful hairstyles~!

Rockhopper Penguins

A Rockhopper Penguin is not a penguin who rocks~~ Although, from the looks of it.. They look like they do~! It's as if they're just waiting for the bass to drop~!


The Southern Rockhopper Penguin group has a global population of roughly 1 million pairs. About two-thirds of the global population belongs to E. c. chrysocome which breeds on the Falkland Islands and on islands off Argentina and southernChile. These include most significantly Isla de los Estados, the Ildefonso Islands, the Diego Ramírez Islands and Isla Noir. E. c. filholi breeds on the Prince Edward Islands, the Crozet Islands, the Kerguelen Islands, Heard Island, Macquarie Island,Campbell Island, the Auckland Islands and the Antipodes Islands. Outside the breeding season, the birds can be found roaming the waters offshore their colonies. *breathes*

Rockhopper penguins refers to the fact that, unlike many other penguins which get around obstacles by sliding on their bellies or by awkward climbing using their flipper-like wings as aid, Rockhoppers will try to jump over boulders and across cracks. Sadly, not rocking out to rock bands~!

Gloster Canary

Meet the Gloster Corona Canary~! I cheated a little bit~ This isn't as natural as it should be~ A Gloster Corona Canary was actually result of the imagination and perseverance of Mrs. Rogerson of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, England. She was such a canary lover, and an avid lover of bonsai trees. Yes~~ Here comes a woman who loves all things cute, happened to develop a new strain of canaries that are small and with a most memorable haircut~!! The Gloster is the result of a blending of three different breeds: crested Roller canaries, Borders (smallest size), and another set of mixed rollers and borders. Thanks to many fanciers, the Gloster Corona canary is considered a domestic species and is found all over the world~!

History time~!! Canaries were quite rare a long time ago, because monks bred but sold only the males which sing~ The Canary supply was so low and it drove the prices right up~!! Only the rich (boo~!) were able to afford them.. Until, the Italians got some females and were able to breed the birds themselves~! A lot of people got access to it, and then started such a huge rising popularity and a whole lot of new breeds~! Take a look at that darling haircut below~!!


Like any other bad hair day, you can also wake up one day and have a great hair day~! A little bit of care and groom is all you need and voila~! You can even find yourself a friend too, now that you've cleared up your vision~! Only for this type of canary, a great hair day only happens to their fellow Gloster Consort version~


Emperor Tamarin

Okay~ Last but definitely not the least~!! When I read Emperor Tamarin for the first time.. I immediately thought of two things:

1. Emperor = oooh.. leaders~!! with beards~!
2. Tamarin = tamarinds? Asia??

I proceeded to picture an Emperor Tamarin like him:


Remember him? Remember Mulan? =) Yep~!! In fact an Emperor Tamarin looks like this~!! Is it close enough? It surely is~!!! :D


Okay~ I cheated again, this isn't about the hair~! Look at that majestic beard Fluffies~!! For a little bit of history~~ The Emperor Tamarins were allegedly named for its resemblance to German emperor and last king of Prussia, Wilhelm II. And to give you a good picture of the man that supposedly that these cutie animals resemble:


My chinese emperor is closer than that~~ Anyway~!! It lives in the southwest Amazon Basin, in east Peru, north Bolivia and in the west Brazilian statesof Acre and Amazonas. (There goes my Asian theory~~) This primate inhabits tropical rain forests, living deep in the forest and also in open tree-covered areas. This diurnal species walks or runs quadrupedally (on all fours, my dear Fluffies~!) through the forest, spending the majority of its days in the trees with quick, safe movements and broad jumps among the limbs.

There you have it, my dear Fluffies~!! Animals that look so cool Au Naturel~!! What about you Fluffies? What other animals have you seen that have some very cool hairstyles? Hit us up on the comment sections below~!

Keep your heads stuffed~!!

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