Tibetan fur refers to the white wool of the Tibetan lamb. Its origin is not really from Tibet, but from the Chinese provinces Shansi, Shensi und Hopeh (Tschilli). The wool is soft and around 5 in (12 cm) long, and has a slight waviness to it, being the only curly long-haired fur, making it popular for doll's hair.
- "Prices & Types," from furs.com  last accessed 11 November 2006.
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Bactrian camel by C. Buell and L. Betti-Nash.