These 17 Bald Animals Will Blow Your Mind
Chimpanzees, much like humans, sometimes suffer from alopecia which makes them lose their hair.
Wombats are usually kept in their mother’s pouch until they are seven months old and have some fur. This little wombat was orphaned early on before it could grow hair, but it still grew up to be a normal wombat.
Hairless rats are actually pretty common as pets, but they’re also used by scientists for studying diseases.
This bald guinea pig looks more like a tiny hippopotamus than it does a rodent.