Where does keratin come from?



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    Keratin is a protein extracted from the hooves, horns, nails, and hair of animals. (as defined here)

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    Keratin is a fibrous structural protein derived from certain species such as arthropods, crustaceans, whales, roundworms, turtles, tortoises, and from the hooves, horns, nails, claws and hair from mammals.

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    Keratin is found in the parts of animals that contain hair-like materials (horns on rams, for instance, is hair that hardened over millions of years of evolution) or within the hair of an animal itself.

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