Different types of natural fur are used in manufacturing clothing, like fur coats and fur vests, and other accessories, like fur hats. Here are some examples…

Beaver: The beaver fur is used in making muffs, stoles, collars, trimmings, and felt for hats.
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Fisher: Fisher fur varies from grayish brown to nearly black.
It is mainly used for muffs, neck and shoulder pieces .
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Red Fox: Their pelts are used for trimmings scarfs, muffs, jackets and coats.
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Golden Jackal: They are typically used in the manufacture of cheap collars, women’s coats and fur coats.
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Marten: It is about one and one-half inches long.
The color varies from pale gray to orange-brown and dark brown.
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Mink: Mink fur is durable. The hairs are rather short, but very thick and soft.
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Otter: Otter fur is about an inch long and thick.
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Raccoon: Raccoon fur is about two and one-half inches long on animals from northern United States.
In the southern United States the fur is shorter.
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Sable: The sable, a species of marten, is primarily found in Russia through the Ural Mountains of Siberia.
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Skunk: Skunk fur is of medium length and possesses a sheen.
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Grey wolf: Wolf pelts are primarily used for scarfs and the trimmings of women’s garments, though they are occasionally used for jackets, short capes, coats and rugs.
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Faux: Faux fur or fake fur is a material made of synthetic fibers designed to resemble fur real fur.
Example of how usually fake fur looks like

Photo: A&A Vesa Fur Coats Store in Timisoara, Romania

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