Leather comes from slaughtered cattle, worn-out dairy cows and veal calves, all of whom come fromslaughter houses and not currently grown in a lab. As to if scientist will ever be able to figure out how to create leather in a factory so it can be mass produced like other fabrics, is possible, leather is a direct by-product of the death of an animal and a use for its skin – so if we can regenerate human skin, one day we may just be able to regenerate animal skin.
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