Wild animals with long tails

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Giraffe: The giraffe is a herbivorous, tallest mammal that belongs to the Genus Giraffa and Family Giraffidae and is found in East Africa.

Ring-Tailed Lemur: In mating season, To show their dominance they will cover smelly secretions on their tails.

Black Spider Monkey: Its tail lack hair at the underside and also at the tip to provide extra grip while grasping, hanging through it.

Angola Colobus: They have thin and long tails about 75 cm long that are black or white throughout their length with a white tip.

Howler Monkey: Its long and thick tails are stronger enough to hold or support their entire body weight.

Woolly Monkey: The woolly monkeys are New World monkeys that are placed in the family Atelidae and Genus Lagothrix and are found in South America and other places.

Eastern Glass Lizard: These animals are called ‘glass lizards’ because they are capable of breaking their tails into several pieces, like glass.

Ribbon-Tailed Astrapia:  The male Ribbon-Tailed Astrapia has a long tail of about 100 cm.

Long-Tailed WidowBird: Its long tails are used primarily to attract females.

Long-Tailed Grass Lizard: Its tails are so long, about three times the length of their own body.

Malabar giant squirrel: Its long tails are used for balancing and supporting while feeding and hanging through their hindlimb.

Jesus Christ lizard: They can run on water surfaces because the great force produced by their legs prevents them from sinking into the water.

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