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Wisconsin is the country’s top producer of mink pelts, yielding 38 percent of the United States’ total.
Others are draped in wool scarves and nice blankets, presenting a far more conventional and even upper-class vibe than the viral images of young men costumed with animal horns and pelts.
Aaron Mostofsky, who was photographed wearing multiple fur pelts and a vest that said “police” on it, and carrying a police riot shield as well as a large stick, was hard to miss.
The reverse — cats and dogs infecting us — does not appear to occur, though it does happen in mink, which are often farmed for their pelts and thus interact with humans.
THE COMING PETDEMICTRACY MORANDECEMBER 22, 2020OZY
Lately, they’ve delivered plenty of pelts from publicly traded Goliaths, powered by meticulously reported jeremiads whose details rocket across social media and the business press.
I was to Spoutin' Springs, twenty mile west, with a bale o' blue fox an' otter pelt.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Wishing to have a bell to hang in the tower of this chapel, each convert brought a pelt, and the bell was ordered from France.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
He had gone to Double Up Cove for the silver fox pelt, and he had it.
LEFT ON THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
And sometimes they would even pelt the old horse Ebenezer, who stood in the stall next to Twinkleheels.
Why should a hairy pelt and a relatively low intelligence make a chimp non-human?
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT

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