Yaks are large, long-haired bovines found in the Himalayan region. Their thick, shaggy fur helps them withstand the harsh cold temperatures at high altitudes.
Lions have a dense coat of fur, especially males with their mane. The mane serves as protection and a display of dominance.
Alpacas are domesticated South American camelids known for their soft and thick woolly coats. Their fur comes in various colors and is prized for its warmth and luxurious texture.
Gorillas are covered in coarse black hair, which helps them stay warm in their native forest habitats.
Highland cattle are a Scottish breed known for their long, shaggy coats that help protect them from cold and wet weather.
These sled dogs have a thick double coat that helps insulate them against extreme cold temperatures. Their fur can be quite fluffy.
Though extinct, woolly mammoths are famous for their long, shaggy coats that helped them survive in the Ice Age.
This large dog breed has a heavy coat, often likened to a lion's mane, which helps it cope with the cold temperatures of the Tibetan Plateau.