Quick question…is it called hair on a sheep? It’s wool right? Or is it wool after it’s clipped off?
Please enlighten us Google:
There is a group of sheep that is of fur or hair sheep, which do not grow wool at all. Hair sheep are similar to the early domesticated sheep kept before woolly breeds were developed, and are raised for meat and pelts.
So there you go, we learned something new. Shrek apparently had wool anyway according to the sources, and in fact after the wool was removed there was enough to make twenty men’s suits, one woman’s jacket, and three and a half baby booties.
Shrek Before The Hair Cut
Shrek After The Haircut
We here at Long Awkward Pause salute you Shrek and all other weird sheep around the world.
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