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**Hint:**Camel hairs are coarser while angora wool is quite light and soft. Pashmina shawl comes from the Changthangi goat.

**Complete step by step solution:**

Pashmina is cashmere, which is the fabric woven from fiber coming from the undercoat of certain high-elevation and long-haired breeds of domestic goat called Changthangi goat from Kashmir.

Angora wool is a very fluffy and luxurious fabric derived from Angora rabbits. Angora wool is the softest of all mentioned here and hence used for baby blankets. Angora fibers are hollow, such that while they are lightweight and fluffy, yet offer high insulation.

Camel wool, a type of fabric, is derived from the coats of camels. Camel hairs are coarser and hence used for woolen carpet. Fabric made of camel hair has great insulating properties.

Sheep wool is the most traditional of all. Sheep Woolen fibres are breathable, such that they can absorb and release moisture without compromising with thermal insulation. They are a perfect material for making woolen sweaters.

So the correct answers are-

Column I | Column II |

(a) Pashmina Shawl | (iii) Kashmir goat |

(b) Woolen Carpet | (i) Camel wool |

(c) Baby blanket | (ii) Angora wool |

(d) Woolen sweater | (iv) Sheep wool |

**Additional information:**

Wool is completely a natural fibre as every year sheep can grow a new fleece after shearing, which can be shorn off the next year again and hence are completely biodegradable. Wool is a naturally occurring protein in animals.

Other than the above mentioned wools, we have lamb wool (different from sheep wool), mohair, merino, alpaca wool etc.

**Note:**Woolen sweater can be made of any type of woolen fibre available and which is comfortable to wear. Also, angora wool is obtained from angora rabbit whereas mohair is a type of wool which is obtained from angora goat.

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