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This Small Nation Has So Very Many Shaggy Animals

<p><a class="checked-link" href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/tattiehowker/7014685665/in/photolist-bFS6Ei-cmbdby-acQE1p-ck82c9-ck8oRo-nQVRcu-nyv5NC-nyv3TA-5aswmb-oXbEyp-5jsSMj-4YrPU2-8eBcS6-8eEuyy-f36cbU-pvaJFV-dG3zox-eS9PJS-eRXaDz-8VVcDX-8Ebt2B-eRXiyz-6TA8WW-jF9M37-k7VQ84-fLzQbg-mCtQb-egLmBp-jF9Pe1-4Kv8J-avyKRf-8uwkQ8-9VDiuY-paWkoP---j6ajKZ-4mMuu9-diJUFC-diJWiQ-8zQsfS-89S4g1-6AWSfV-din7WE-egWwHy-oqVhi4-9VAt6i-bw5YFM-aLx3Dz-hixNma">John McIntyre</a></p>

Ah, Scotland. A nation known for its fierce national pride, tartan kilts, obsession for football and ... hairy, hairy beasts? It turns out this small nation may also have some of the world's shaggiest animals!

1. A Scottish paragon of shagginess, the Highland cow's mighty, massive mane fends off bugs from biting in the summer and chilly winds from biting in the winter.

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