Does bear give us wool?
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
Sheep give us coats made out of wool.
wool for clothing
yes rabbit gives us wool... but ever day my rabbit gives me 5$...
sheeps give us marton
Wool is primarily from sheep. Other animals give us other types of wool : Cashmere or pashmina is collected from Cashmere Goats. Lamb's wool is collected from lambs (young sheep). Camel Wool is collected from camel. Mohair is collected from Angora goats.
It can be a sheep or a goat
Wool, Milk And Meat
Sheep give us wool for clothing and meat for eating. (Bones and horns for flutes - music)
Although a bison's fur is partly "woolly" the material known as wool is from sheep.
No horses do not give wool. horses don't give of wool or to much fur because there fur stops growing and only get thick fur in the winter just to stay worm then after that they shade.
Usually Silkworm gives us silk and sheep gives us wool
There are eight animals that give wool. The animals are camels, rabbits, goats, sheep, muskoxen, yaks, rabbits, llamas, and alpacas.
llama actually give fiber ... wool has lanolin which can cause adverse reactions to some people with allergies .. but fiber does not making it a great alternative
Their are lots states in india which have the same common wool giving animal,the sheep but there are also some states where their are different animals like in jammu and kashmir there is kashmir goat in ladak the pashmina goat and in rajathan there is the camel ,but their are also animals like rabbits which give us wool it is known as angora wool.
The thick hair of sheep provides the fibers that are woven into wool. Lambs (young sheep) have softer hair, so lamb's wool is a softer textile.
Camels do not give wool; this is a product created only by sheep. However, alpacas are closely related to camels and can be raised and sheared for fiber that can be cleaned, spun and woven similar to wool.
10000kg per year
Yes I think basically either hand shears or mechanical shears are used on all animals that give us wool
Cows can give us milk, cheese, and other diary products, Sheep can give us meat such as lamb chops, also there wool can be used to make wooly jumpers. Chickens can give us eggs.Also pigs give us bacon, and sausages.
No - kangaroos can be skinned and the pelt used. They are not shorn like sheep.
If it was a stuffed animal polar bear then it would have fluff or wool
yes they do give us wool. in addition they also they also provide us with milk which is a rich creamy color with a high fat content of 5-7 percent. hope i helped
Sheep have sheep wool, as apposed to alpaca wool.
No sheep do but Angora rabbits produce angora which is a fibre that can be spun and felted.
All countries where fleece-bearing animals live give us wool. This would be true on every continent except Antarctica.
Short , coarse and smelly.
Normal wool probly cotton
Yaks produce fleece, from which wool is spun.
No, man does not obtain wool from a polar bear.
animals give us milk,egg,flesh,wool,leather,silk and honey
u bloddy. u had to give the answer, not us u stupid
Llamas, alpacas, Vicunas, guanacos, sheep, cashmere goats and cashmere rabbits can give wool. Llamas, alpacas, Vicunas and guanacos have very little lanolin in their wool so those who are allergic to sheep's wool, can typically wear lama wool.
I CAN ONLY GIVE U 3: 1)Wool is durable 2)Wool is wrinkle resistant 3)Wool is from sheeps
Depending on the animal usually 1 goat, sheep, alpaca, lama etx give wool
we want pictures of various animals who provide us wool
Animals give us wool from sheep and the llama family. Wool bearing animals do not need to be killed in order to give wool, but if they are slaughtered, then their wool stays attached to their hide and can be made into coats. Animals give us leather from the bovine, deer, pig and reptile families. All animals that give leather are killed to do so. Animals also give us coats from fur bearing animals such… Read More
Theodore Roosevelt's nickname was "Teddy". It was his nickname that we used to give the name "Teddy Bear" to the now well known toy given to children.
Horses dont provide wool sheep do
A lamb grows fleece from which wool can be made.
milk meat eggs fur wool transport (camel & horses) idk more Life. We can eat animals... They give milk to make cheese... We use their fur for clothing so we won't get cold... Animals are important... They give us a lot of things... We can also ride on them... Animals give us food.
No, Turkeys have feathers.
you give it a bear hug!
No. Polar bears, like all bears, have fur.
No it can not
Gloves are made out of wool because wool keeps us wam and it doesn't make the wind come through
Do not eat the bear. Do not give the bear a lemon. Give the bear some squash. :P
You'd use "bear us out", not "bare us out". To "bear" someone is to carry them, therefore "bear us out" is akin to "carry us out". "Bare" refers to being plain or uncovered.