Yes, that's correct! The oldest playable musical instruments that have been discovered so far are thought to be between 7,000 and 9,000 years old. These instruments include flutes made from bird bones and mammoth ivory, as well as a variety of stringed instruments made from materials such as horsehair and goat skin. It's fascinating to think about the rich history and cultural significance of music, and how it has evolved and developed over thousands of years.
You need to pick a time frame. 50, 100 years or back to the hunter gatherer stage. Prior to a hundred years ago or so, pretty much everything had to be made from scratch or produced by yourself. Raise your own vegetables, animals for meat. ................ Food has changed in many ways over the centuries, as well as in recent years. One of the most significant changes in the past few decades has been the shift from food production being centered in or near the home to food being produced by huge corporations at great distances from the point where it is consumed. Most recently, in the U.S., the amount of food cooked and eaten at home has dropped significantly compared to the amount of food cooked and eaten elsewhere (restaurants, fast food.)
Stockholders, Modern machinery,Consolidation, Specialists, Stifling competition(OW)
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A bull mammoth
a mammoth represents leadership.
Wooly Mammoth :)
an antonym of mammoth.
The address of the Mammoth Historical Society is: Po Box 748, Mammoth, AZ 85618-0748
The address of the Mammoth Public Library is: 125 North Clark Street, Mammoth, 85618 0549
As the world got warmer the woolly mammoth habitat decreased their source of food and as the human population grew the more hunters their was around to hunt the mammoths so that could drove the last of the mammoths to extinction
The mammoth cave was discovered yesterday.This is one huge, mammoth cave!The mammoth cave paintings were incredibly detailed.
The address of the Mammoth Ski Museum is: 100 College Pkwy, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Wooly Mammoth :)