Animal print

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Animal print is a clothing or fashion style in which the garment resembles the skin and fur of an animal such as a leopard, cheetah, jaguar, tiger, hyena, African wild dog, zebra, giraffe, or snake. Animal prints have existed since at least the Industrial Revolution during the 19th century, and have been a popular interior of leather jackets, handbags and boots for many women from France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia, and other countries in the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe, as well as in the United States (particularly certain big cities in the Midwest, northeast, and Louisiana). Animal print can also take the form of rugs, pillows, and blankets. Many of the original animal prints came from real animal coats, but most modern ones are from fake fur.