Animals Does Leather Come from?

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The leather is mainly produce from cow hides. Other animals which produce leather are horses, sheep, lambs, goats and pigs. Other wild animals that produce leather are Kangaroos, Elephants, and sharks.
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Skins of mammals, ox, cow, calf, buffalo, sheep, goat, pig and horse form the main raw material of leather but kangaroo and camel may also be used. Other animals include the Marine animals (whales, seals, sharks and bony fish) and reptiles (alligators, snakes, and lizards) are processed as well.
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