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Wool is the textile fiber obtained from animal hairs (wool from sheep, cashmere from goats, mohair from goats, vicuña and alpaca from camels and angora from rabbits). Wool is crimped, elastic, and it retains air, which causes it to retain heat. Wool fibers are hygroscopic, meaning they absorb moisture, almost one-third of their own weight.
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