How Does Wool Keep You Warm?

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Wool is a natural fiber made from the coat of a lamb. Wool can keep a person both warm and cool, depending on the climate, thanks to pockets of air trapped between the individual fibers which provide insulation but also the ability for air to move between the fibers. Wools is also one of the few materials which can still keep a person warm even when wet.
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YES WOOL KEEPS YOU VERY WARM BUT IT ALSO STINKS IF YOU GET IT WET AND FEELS SCRATCHY AND IS VERY HEAVY.
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