What continent does wool come from?
Wool comes from Australia
Fleece-bearing animals are raised on every continent except Antarctica. You can read more about them and the process of turning their fleece into wool, below.
Wool comes from sheep. There are sheep in most countries of the world and so wool is produced all around the world wherever there are sheep. Fleece-bearing animals from which wool is fabricated live on every continent except Antarctica.
Australia produces the most wool
Wool is 'cultivated' by humans raising animals that produce the coats from which wool is fabricated on every continent on Earth except Antarctica.
the wool come s from a sheep when it is sheared
Animals that produce coats that can be made into wool live on every continent except Antarctica.
Animals with fleece that can be turned into wool are found on every continent except Antarctica.
Wool is distributed all over the world from sources located on every continent except Antarctica.
what area opf the world does wool come from?
Animals that grow fleece -- from which wool is cleaned, carded and spun -- live on every continent except Antarctica.
We get cashmere wool from cashmere goats.
Merino wool and lambs wool can be from sheep of the merino breed. Lambs wool can be from any other breed of wool type sheep.
You can see them on every continent except Antarctica.
Wool is shorn from sheep with shears - it is then called a fleece
The Price of Wool. It caused industrial chaos with strikes across the continent.
Fleece comes from lambs, which is then cleaned, carded and spun into wool.
Wool. England's biggest industry was raising sheep. The wool was shipped to the continent, particularly Holland, to be made into cloth.
All countries where fleece-bearing animals live give us wool. This would be true on every continent except Antarctica.
A skein of wool can come in different weights. There is not a specific amount of wool needed in a skein.
Gloves are made out of wool because wool keeps us wam and it doesn't make the wind come through
Fleece-bearing animals live on every continent except Antarctica.
wool. from sheep
a wool fabric
wool comes from a sheep.they grow it on themselves and when its grown really big their farmer shaves it off them and then they grow wool again.
Go up to a sheep and punch it, the wool should come off!
Animals that grow fleece live on every continent except Antarctica.
Most of Australia's wool comes from the Merino sheep. Australia produces about 80% of the world's Merino wool.
Wool grows pretty much like the hair on your head does, only denser and finer. Animals that have wool are alpacas, lamas, and some types of sheep and goats.
Wool and meat
Tuna do not come from ANY continent. Tuna are marine fish.
cotton and wool are both natural products but come from different places. Cotton comes from a cotton plant and wool comes from sheep.
Wool. A lot of things can come from animals like wool and other things.
The European Continent
Rock wool is a materialused for heat and sound insulation, which is made by blowing steam or air through molten rock. It is wool-like, but does not come from fleece.
the wool pooh represent to kenny is that the wool let you come back to life and lets you see your family one more time and then eats you
Americans come from the country of the United States in the continent of North America.
continent of asia
it comes from the continent of india.
The continent of Africa.
The African Continent
It comes from sheep(animal).
It comes from goats and sheeps.
Wool and meat.
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.
It comes in Asia continent.
there isn't a continent but they live in Antarctica
Antarctica is its own continent.
where do sloths come from
From New Zealand Marino Sheep
i think its from very strong wool