Cashmere is a fibre that is obtained from the long and silky wool of the caprahircuslaniger goat
Mohair is a fibre obtained from the hair of an Ankara goat, which draws its name from Ankara.
Vicuna (vicugna) is a relative of the llama, and is now believed to be the wild ancestor of domesticated alpacas.
Wool is one of the world’s most commonly used fibres. It is provided by shearing sheep and is produced in more than 100 countries.
Of better quality than dromedary hair, camel fabric is obtained using the hairs located on the animal’s neck.
Silk is produced from the cocoons made by the mulberry trees’sbombyx caterpillar, which is better known as the silkworm.
Flax is a perennial plant, cultivated mainly for its fibres, from which lien is made, and for its seeds.
Cotton fibres come from ‘true” cotton plants, shrubs that grow in only arid tropical and subtropical areas.
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