Mammals without Tails?

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Mammals that have fur but no tails include golden moles, some tenrecs, some bats, gibbons, gorillas, bonobos, orangutans, chimpanzees, two-toed sloths, capybaras, guinea pigs, and maras. Human beings too lack tails just as the Barbary macaque that are the only monkeys without tails.
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