General ScienceIs it true that Silk is an animal fibre produced by the silkworm?

Is it true that Silk is an animal fibre produced by the silkworm?


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    Solution:

    The above statement is true.
    Silk is a natural fibre from insects and is produced by silkworms.
    Some types of larvae that make cocoons are capable of producing silk fibre. Silk fibres are luxuriously soft. The silk moth's female lays about 300 to 400 eggs. The larvae are spread out on trays to develop when the eggs hatch. Then, for 20–25 days, they are typically nourished on chopped mulberry leaves.
     
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