6486, GOAT WHITE (TURKISH) AKA Angora Goat 11.9" L are anatomically scaled to create the best reproduction of the life size stuffed animal and the most realistic stuffed animal in the industry.
WHITE TURKISH GOAT AKA ANGORA FUN FACTS:
The White Turkish Goat, AKA Angora a Turkish domestic breed primarily known for producing lustrous fiber or mohair.
There are early references in Sumerian cuneiform tablets and the Bible dating the origin of the breed between the 12th and 15th centuries B.C.
The name “Angora” came from Ankara, Turkey, where the Angora goat became well established.
Angora goats produce “mohair” which is derived from the Arabic word “mukhaya” meaning to choose or prefer.
Angora Goats have long, fine, lustrous hair covering their entire body except for their face, and legs
The hair of the Angora goat is not to be confused with “Angora” fiber which comes from Angora rabbits
Angora Goats are friendly, curious, docile, but a little laid-back compared to most other goat breeds
Angora Goats are light-framed with a lean elegant body and muscular stature, and a small head.
Angora Goats have partially lop ears and a presence of horns that appear long, twisted, and strong in the bucks
Angora goats can be black, brown, red, gray, and white with belted or striped patterns covering their body.
Ideally, Angora goats are shaved when the fibers are between 4.7-and-5.9-inches long.
Each Angora goat is shaved twice yearly to collect the fiber.
Adult Angora goats produce about 10.6 pounds of mohair annually.
Angora goats are the only goat that produces hair.
Of the several breeds that originated from Angora Goats, some include the Angora-don, Soviet mohair, and Indian mohair. The famous fiber-producing Pygora goat of the United States of America is also a result of crossing the Angora with the Pygmy Goat.
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