animal skin

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Noun1.animal skin - the outer covering of an animalanimal skin - the outer covering of an animal  
animal product - a product made from animal material
lambskin, parchment, sheepskin - skin of a sheep or goat prepared for writing on
fell, hide - the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)
leather - an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning
fur, pelt - the dressed hairy coat of a mammal
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The Fire-Men wore animal skins around their waists and across their shoulders.
Announcing the lifting of the ban on beef exports to China during a media briefing held at the Chinese Embassy in Pretoria on Tuesday, Ambassador Lin Songtian of China to South Africa said that in May, the Chinese Government made a unique decision to lift the ban on wool and animal skin imports.
Its director, Salman Saaban, said the seizure was made last Monday after the department was informed on the sale of handicraft products made from wild animal skin at the airport premises.
A second photograph shows a piece of what looks like animal skin stuck to the perimeter fence, possibly dropped by a bird or other scavenger.
Helsinki [Finland], May 28 (ANI): It might seem gross but someone has actually built headphones not from metal, plastic, or animal skin, rather yeast, fungus, and bacteria.
Miles: Yes, technically, "leather" means any tanned animal skin, but in the interest of brevity I used leather to mean cowhide or bullhide.
The first thing to bear in mind is that genuine leathers are purely 100% animal skin.
Wearing just white underwear she showed a poster, on one side of which was written "Champions do not wear animal skin", and on the other - "animal fur", scratched with a red line.
Though the purple animal skin bag she posted very much resembles that of a very similar luxury brand, she quickly clarified that 'no, it is not a Birkin or a Kelly or anything else Herms.'
Tonight the first tribe arrives and swaps everything they own for spears, bows and arrows and a fetching Flintstones-style outfit made from animal skin.
Acts of Parliament are currently printed on vellum, a parchment made of treated animal skin, with one copy stored in the House of Lords and a second sent to the national archives.