No it is illegal to import any untreated animal or plant products under the federal quarantine laws.
In Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the western US where sheep are bred for their wool rather than their mutton, Merino sheep dominate. Australia produces about 80% of the world's Merino wool http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merino
No bears don't give us wool because they have fur only plants and sheep give us wool.
Sheep give us wool - though it would be better to say Sheep produce wool
we want pictures of various animals who provide us wool
Horses dont provide wool sheep do
A lamb grows fleece from which wool can be made.
yes rabbit gives us wool... but ever day my rabbit gives me 5$...
Assuming you mean to the US, I think most of the raw uranium is now imported, from Australia and Canada mainly, but the enrichment and fuel assembly manufacture is in the US.
Gloves are made out of wool because wool keeps us wam and it doesn't make the wind come through
u.s. marien's based in australia in the 2nd WW brought them back home to the u.s. after the war.
No it can not
Sheep, llamas and alpacas, primarily.
Australia is not in the US
US trades with Australia. Play sports with Australia. They have treaties with Australia. They provide tourism to Australia.
Sheep provide us with wool and meat.
wool for clothing
No. Turkeys grow feathers, not fleece, which is required as a source material for wool. Unless you mean the country Turkey, in which case, and depending on who 'us' might be, it is possible that you are provided wool from Turkey.
The Afghans were originally brought to Australia to handle camels which some of the early explorers used in their expeditions through the outback. As for Australia's connection to Afghanistan and why there are troops there - this is part of Australia's commitment to peace-keeping as part of its membership of the United Nations, and its alliance with the US.