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The aboriginal didgeridoo (didjeridu, dijeridu, yidaki) is a long, wooden, or bamboo wind instrument used traditionally by the aboriginal people of Northern Australia. Rock paintings on caves have established that the didgeridoo has been used as a musical instrument for at least 20,000 years. It is usually made from a tree branch, usually eucalyptus, hollowed out by termites. or bamboo. These cut into varying lengths produce instruments with different pitches. The mouthpiece is made of beeswax.

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