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The long hair along the top and sides of the neck of certain mammals, such as a horse or a male lion.
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the region of long coarse hair at the dorsal border of the neck and terminating at the poll in the forelock. Present in the horse and other Equidae. Similar gatherings of coarse hairs are present in the giraffe, gnu, various antelope, cheetah and lion. Called also juba.
broken or sheared hairs in the mane, causing it to be irregularly shortened; seen with self-trauma in response to pruritic skin disease such as Culicoides hypersensitivity.
mane and tail dystrophy
short, brittle hair in the mane and tail of horses; the cause is unknown.