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Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, ON, Canada
A fleecy friend
An alpaca at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. Shorn for their wonderful fleece each year, an alpaca will produce five to 10 pounds of soft, warm fibre – used to make some of the most luxurious garments in the world.
Un copain laineux
Un alpaga au Musée de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation du Canada. Tondu annuellement pour sa merveilleuse laine, un alpaga produit de 2,25 à 4,5 kilos (de 5 à 10 livres) de fibre chaude et douce, qui sert à la confection de certains des vêtements les plus luxueux au monde.