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Where was wool first discovered?

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2010-04-27 17:33:55
2010-04-27 17:33:55

On sheep of course... :-)

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it was discovered in the iron age by the iron people i think

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What do you mean by this? Who first spun wool or who first put it to use?

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Lambs wool is wool that is taken from sheep at their first shearing. This typically occurs when the lamb is around 7 months old. Sheep wool is any wool taken from the sheep after the first shearing, it is typically not as soft as lambs wool.

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Man has used the wool of sheep and lambs as long as he has been hunting or using these animals - which would go back 30 to 50 thousand years. We don't know who the exact person is who discovered that wool is an insulator, any more than we know who the person is who mastered fire.

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First, you have to find sheep with wool. Then, use your dyes to dye its wool to a certain color. Then, kill it or shave it to get the wool.


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