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Why alpaca sweater is so warm?

Projekt realizowany w trybie zdalnym (ONLINE)
:: Projekt UP152 (Szczegóły)
Adresaci
studenci, rodzice, dziadek i babcia
Dla niepełnosprawnych
niepełnosprawnych ruchowo
Forma prezentacji
dyskusja, wykład
Nauki i sztuki
nauki biologiczne, rolnictwo i ogrodnictwo
Przedmioty
biologia, przyroda, rolnictwo
Organizator
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Lublinie
Wydział Nauk o Zwierzętach i Biogospodarki
Autorzy
mgr inż. Joanna Kapustka (kierownik),
dr hab., prof. uczelni Monika Budzyńska
Początek
Poniedziałek 2021-09-20 13:00
Edycja zakończona
Idź do prezentacji on-line

There is often talk of the almost magical properties of natural fiber products. Some time ago, sheep wool duvets and pillows were popular, although they "bite", it was incredibly hot underneath them, many people had such sleeping sets at home. Nowadays, alpaca wool products can be available also on Polish market. Alpacas were domesticated in South America, and now, the biggest alpaca' population occurs in Peru. Most of alpaca wool products comes from Peru. However, attention should be paid to the fact that there are more and more farms keeping alpacas in Poland, which also produce high-quality handicrafts from alpaca wool. Products made of this wool are considered exclusive, of the highest quality, hence their high price. There are many positives about alpaca wool products, such as the fact that it is much warmer and lighter than sheep wool, that it does not have "biting properties" or is hypoallergenic. Is all this information true? During the lecture, we will answer questions about what is alpaca wool, what does it look like, what properties it has or what is a baby alpaca? We cordially invite you to the lecture.

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