This yarn screams out "fondle me!". It's 40% possum fur and 60% wool. Yum!
Possums (or opossums as they're correctly called) are an introduced noxious pest in New Zealand, though I understand they're protected in their native Australia. Here they do huge amounts of damage to our native forests and bush, and ruin the habitat for native flora and fauna. They are not nice cuddly animals when alive - they have razor sharp claws and have been known to shred curtains and soft furnishings when accidentally baled up indoors.
Some clever person decided that their fur which, like any fur, is wonderfully soft and warm, would go well mixed with wool and used in clothing. Yes, it's disgustingly expensive compared to plain wool, but the yarn is wonderful to the touch and lovely to wear - I have a hat, gloves and socks in it. These were commercially made as the yarn has only recently become available to use.
These hanks are green, turquoise, blue and navy, and just gorgeous. Each hank is only 100 grams but 420 metres long, so 4 hanks will make a garment.
Now.....what to make????