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Animals, like humans, do go bald. Hair loss or fur loss can be seen in several animals, including coatis, Andean bears and cats of various species. (Chris Buzelli)

Why Don’t Animals Go Bald, Like Humans and Other Questions From Our Readers

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Dimitar Sasselov, Astrophysicist
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