The Didgeridoo is the worlds oldest wind instrument, which was developed by the indigenous Australian people, who are known as the Aboriginals. This instrument is
created naturally by termites, which hollow out the center of Eucalyptus tree trunks or
branches. The tribesʼ people find a piece that is well suited to craft into a didgeridoo,
and then burn out the inside and put beeswax on the end to make the instrument playable. The Aboriginals have been playing this instrument for thousands of years, and use it in the ceremonies and rituals, which are full of dancing and singing.