Results for: Manes

Why do horses have a mane?

The mane is to keep the neck warm for the horse, and to help rain run off it's neck lf the horse can't find any shelter. It also gives the horse some fly protection, although (MORE)

What animals have manes?

horses and lions... 1) Genus Equus - horses/ponies, donkeys, and zebras. Males and females have manes. 2) Some species of the genus Hippotragus - antelopes, For examp (MORE)
In Lions

What is a lion's mane?

The mane is formed from hair that is longer and coarser than the rest of the hair. The length and color of the mane varies from lion to lion and from place to place. Generally (MORE)

What are manes?

The mane is the long hair that grows from the crest of a horses neck and around lions' face/head. A mane is the patch of fur around an animals neck, like a lion's mane, or in (MORE)

Why do they have manes?

"The mane is thought to keep the neck warm , and possibly to help water run off the neck if the animal cannot obtain shelter from the rain. It also provides some fly prote (MORE)
In Lions

What is a mane of a lion?

All male lions have the Mane. The mane is nothing but a growth of hair around the neck area of the lion. The hair is similar to the hair we have on our heads. The size and dar (MORE)
In Lions

How did a lion get its mane?

Please be more specific: Are you expecting a folklorical tale or the scientifical reason for why an animal has it's particular attributes?
In Verbs

Is mane a verb?

No, it is not a verb. Mane is a noun, the hair on the head ofcertain animals (horses, lions).