What is the difference between sheepskin and wool?



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    Wool is the fine, soft, curly hair that forms the fleece of sheep and certain other animals, characterized by minute, overlapping surface scales that give it its felting property. Whereas sheepskin is leather, parchment, or the like, made from the actual skin of sheep.

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