is skin of stillborn or very young lambs from Karakul sheep, a breed originating in Astrakhan, Russia. The sheep’s pelts are used to make hats and other garments. Newborn karakul sheep’s hair has a distinctively tight curl and the sheep are killed before they are three days old before the hair loses its curl.

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