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From which animals do you get wool?

Wool comes from animals who grow it. The most common animal is sheep.There are others which include lama, alpaca ,and other mammals. Sheep wool is also very popular along with Cashmere wool which is collected from cashmere goats.
Sheep are often farmed in places like Australia
but in some countries they use camels wool, which is soft on the inside!
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What animals can you get wool from?

sheep, alpacas,llamas,and in some countries even from camels.camels skin is warm from underneath so it is used for making clothes
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Wool giving animals?

 Wool can be derived from many different animals. These include:    Sheep   Goats   Yaks   Muskoxen   Rabbits   Llamas and alpacas   Camels  
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Is goat a wool yielding animal?

Yes. Some breeds of goats produce wool. Angora goats produce mohair, and other breeds produce cashmere wool.
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