: Introduction Wool : animal fibre forming the protective covering, or fleece, of sheep or of other hairy mammals, such as goats and camels. Prehistoric man, clothing himself with sheepskins, eventually learned to make yarn and fabric from their fibre covering. Selective sheep breeding eliminated most of the long, coarse hairs forming a protective outer […]
Wool is a natural fiber and is widely used in making apparel items (garments and clothes). Wool is obtained by shearing fleece (hair) from sheep and other animals. There are other animals from which wools are also collected – like cashmere goat, angora rabbit, yak, llama, and alpaca camel. Farming of animals is done for cultivating wool fibers.
Major Ports In IndiaCovering a majority of the Indian subcontinent, India is an Asian country that is at the heart of trade across vital shipping routes. It is surrounded by water on 3 sides and is flanked by the Bay of Bengal to the East, the Arabian Sea to the West, and the Indian Ocean […]