- Aug 28, 2009
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Also good example of old bull with "receding boss line".View attachment 529161This old guy from Greater Kruger was missing some hair for sure.
If that was the primary cause of hair loss then the lower half of their head, neck, chest and body should be bald or show the most hairy loss. But it's the upper surfaces of their head (face) around the boss that usually show the most hair loss along with patches of hair loss on their sides and back. I'll stay with the mite population density theory no matter the reason for the different mite densities on different parts of the body. Seems mighty coincidental the areas of greatest hair loss correspond to the areas of greatest exposure to ox pecker and egret poopPushing through 1,000's of miles of thorns can permanently remove hair...
View attachment 529161This old guy from Greater Kruger was missing some hair for sure.