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What animal does cashmere come from?

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The finest fibers are gathered from the saddle of the Cashmere goat; most of the cashmere comes off of the sides and back, from the shoulder to the rump. It is a misconception that the finest fibers come from the neck and belly, as these parts most collect debris. If the goat is shorn, the fiber must be "de-haired" to remove the coarse, unusable guard hair. Sometimes the fine fibers are collected by combing the goat; either method is time consuming and tedious, thus the high cost of cashmere. more
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From the Cashmere Goat. It's a special sort of wool. It's on Wiki if you want to read all about it. All I did was type 'Cashmere' into google. more
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