ALMOST ANY SKIN CAN BE USED TO MAKE LEATHER:
Almost any skin can be used to make leather. To be named “leather” the skin must be essentially intact with its original fibrous structure. The hair or wool may, or may not, have been removed. Synthetic materials made to look like leather are sometimes incorrectly referred to as ‘synthetic leather’. This term can be legally challenged when used as a marketing argument, and is clearly illegal in a number of countries.