Wool yielding animals?
Some wool yielding animals include:
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Animals that grow fleece -- from which wool is cleaned, carded and spun -- live on every continent except Antarctica.
Some wool yielding animals include: Sheep Alpaca Goat llama Angora Vicuna
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Animals that grow fleece -- much as humans grow hair -- include sheep, goats, alpacas llamas, yaks, and more. Camels and rabbits, for example, grow fur or hair that can be cle…aned, carded and spun into wool.
When we visited Wales we were amazed to see just how many sheep there were. My father told me that you can also get wool from an Alpaca.
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While most wool comes from sheep, there are many animals that yieldwool including goats, llamas, camels and rabbits. Each group ofanimals yields wool with different characteri…stics.
Most wool is used as a fibre for clothing, bedding and fabric that holds heat. Vicuna wool is especially valued for this property.. You can read more about it, below. .
For animal welfare reasons it may be legislated in your country that wool producing animals are required to be shorn at least annually.
Animals that grow fleece -- the raw material from which wool iscleaned, carded and spun -- live on every continent exceptAntarctica. People spin 'wool' from alpacas, llamas, …camels, rabbits, sheep,goats, yaks, even mink and some dogs. There may be more animals toadd to the list.
Any country that has sheep eg Australia, New Zealand, China
Wool yielding animals can be found in several states in India. Thetypes of wool yielding animals are goats, yaks, and sheep.
Majority of wool-yielding animals are herbivores, thus the majority of them eat grasses and forbs.
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