Animals With “Movember” Mustaches
by Laura Cross
Published on December 10, 2013
Have you noticed more men than usual with lots of stubble this month? Well, it's that time of year again — Movember. For the uninitiated, Movember is a monthlong tradition where participating men don't shave their facial hair. But it's more than just a way for guys to save on razorblades. The annual event raises awareness and funds for men’s health issues, like prostate cancer.
In honor of all the five o’clock shadows that began on November 1 and are starting to become full-on mustaches, goatees and beards, here are some furry and feathered friends that have amazing facial hair — every day of the year.
He might be a young kitten, but with that facial hair, this little guy could totally pass for at least 2 years old.
This is probably the most authentic walrus mustache you’ll ever see.
The emperor tamarin’s long, wispy mustache was probably all the rage back in the day, when there were still emperors ruling the world.
Quick! What do Salvador Dalí and the Inca Tern have in common? They both having strikingly similar handlebar mustaches.
Can you believe that no grooming was required for this rabbit to achieve this adorable mustache?
They don’t call the Affenpinscher the “mustachioed little devil” for nothing — he’s got a big attitude and some serious facial hair.
Burt Reynolds has nothing on the Patas monkey’s amazing 'stache.