What are the natural fibres?

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1. Where do long filament fibres come from in a cocoon?

  • The inner layer that is broken
  • The bottom of the cocoon
  • The inner layer that has to be carefully unravelled
  • The outer layer that has to be carefully unravelled
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2. What are the other animal fibres?

  • Cashmere, Camel hair, Mohair and Angora hair
  • Cashmere, Mohair, Hemp and Cotton
  • Mohair, Angora hair, Flax and Hemp
  • Cashmere, Camel hair, Mohair and Kapok

3. Where does Cotton come from?

  • Fibrous stem of a flax plant
  • Angora rabbit hair
  • Fine hairs on the seeds of a ripe seed pod of a cotton plant
  • Fine hairs on the stem of a cotton plant

4. Where do short stable fibres come from in a cocoon?

  • The outer layer (broken)
  • The top
  • The inner layer
  • The carefully ravelled section

5. Where does wool come from?

  • Hair of sheep
  • Ears of a sheep
  • Hair of goats
  • Cocoon of a silk worm

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