Wool from Animals
i) Selective breeding ii) Rearing iii) Shearing
[NCERT Q.4(i) and (ii)]
[Production of wool]
The camel is not native to which following country?
Other than sheep and goats, wool is obtained from which other animals native to South America?
Alpaca and llama
Camel and llama
Camel and alpaca
Yak and alpaca
Which of the following breed of sheep are commonly reared in Gujarat?
Identify the animal shown below which is commonly used for obtaining wool, meat and milk in Ladakh, Sikkim and Tibet:
Statement 2: Air is a bad conductor of heat.
- Both the statements are correct.
- Only statement 1 is correct.
- Only statement 2 is correct.
- Both the statements are incorrect.
Which of the following options defines what crimps are in fleece?
Crimps are splits in the fibres
Crimps are cracks in the fibres
Crimps are straight portions in fibres
Crimps are bends in the fibres
Appu made the following list which provides a number of varieties of sheep found in various parts of India. However, Bholu added a number of fakes in the list as a prank.
Pashmina, Bakharwal, Nali, Tassar, Marwari, Angora, Shahtoosh, Lohi, Rampur Bushair, Patanwadi
Help Appu separate the names which are NOT a variety of sheep. Choose the option that includes all the names which are not a variety of sheep found in India.
Shahtoosh, Nali, Lohi, Tassar
Angora, Shahtoosh, Nali, Lohi, Pashmina
Angora, Nali, Lohi, Pashmina, Tassar
Shahtoosh, Angora, Tassar, Pashmina
Identify the type of wool produced from the goats shown in the picture below which produce high quality wool used to make shawls and other clothing.
Which of the following part of the sheep’s fur layer is the softest?