When sheep rub up against each other, do they produce static cling? ; '
They sure do.Haven't you ever seen a sheep-ball? Where the static cling gets so bad, the sheep form a giant ball. That's why sheperds carry dryer sheets ... rub 'em on the sheep, and the static goes away. Just like clothes in a dryer.
No. static occurs when two different materials are rubbed together, in this case, wool rubbing against wool will not create static cling
Sheep balls are caused by the "Velcro phenomenon."