MEMBER OF CAMEL FAMILY THAT PRODUCES 22 DIFFERENT COLOURS OF WOOL
Alpacas belonging to camel family produce wool in more than 22 different colors.
Alpacas are members of the camel family that produce wool in 22 different colours.
Native to South America in the Andean Mountain Range, they are mostly found in Peru, Chile and Bolivia. Often raised as substitutes to sheep, their fibre grows long and look like dreadlocks.
As compared to sheep’s wool, it is not greasy and does not have lanolin. The yarn produced by these camels are largely in demand by knitting lovers.