Popokee manes are generally decorative, and are made up of both thicker outer hairs, and a softer undercoat to help in colder waters.
Manes will always be a single natural solid color that falls in or outside the Coat Color, manes will only change when affected by markings, mutations, or Plant Location Traits.
Natural hair that goes no longer than the shoulders and flows downward. Standard manes may cover just the head, or wrap around the full neck as well.
Popokee lacking any visible mane.
Gentle spikes of fur that face upward and encircle the full neck. May also cover the back of the head.
Stiff ridge of bristly hair along the back of the head, shorter fur may be present across the rest of the head, and neck.
Long flowing hair that will reach the ground, and may run further down the back than normal.
Tuffed fur that lines the full neck, and all of the head. May have longer bangs or accents.
Tight curls of hair, similar to sheep’s wool.
Small patches of varied mane types, leaving areas of skin exposed. These may use only one type of mane, or multiple styles combined.