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It is obviously not a sheared beaver. Sheared beaver, natural or dyed, is much more uniform in color. The color variations are appropriate for shearling lamb which along with the texture leads me to my stated opinion.

 

That said, I am unfamiliar with vicu

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Deinitely NOT sheared Beaver. Even well worn. TExture is not right.

 

It's close to Oppossum so it could well be Vicuna. Certainly a sheared or short haired version. My impression of Vicuna I've seen is of a longer hair. Not unlike its cousin Lahma and Guanaco.

 

All are Camelids.

 

http://www.llama.co.uk/guanaco.htm

http://www.llama.co.uk/llama.htm

http://www.llama.co.uk/vicuna.htm

http://www.llama.co.uk/alpaca.htm

http://www.llama.co.uk/camel.htm

 

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