Wool isn't part of the sheep, it is actually a furry moss that grows on the back of animals that can't roll over, Hence the saying "a rolling stone gathers no moss". The reason that sheep can't roll over is because of their shape; if they ever do land on their backs they end up like Weebles and can never stand again.

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