what material from which the traditional musical instrument that resembles the flute
A shuttlecock is traditionally made with goose feathers stuck into a cork base, but rubber and plastic shuttlecocks are more common now, as they are less easier to become damaged or ripped. The sport that shuttlecocks are used in is badminton.
The traditional material for the trombone is brass.
Traditional Kelantan WAU is made from bamboo and paper.
Kete, woven baskets, are still made of the traditional material, Harakeke (flax).
The Shuttlecock or Shuttle is the old name or original name for the "ball" in badminton. It is also commonly referred to as "the bird" or "birdie".
The base is made of aluminum.
Scratching posts can be made of many materials, but the main material is probably a wood base with carpet rolled and secured to the base. There are some special posts that are made of material that helps file the nails of the animal.
The base material of the air fresheners that are used in toilets and bathrooms is gelatin. It is extracted from collagen of different animal by-products.
There are two parts in Badminton shuttle cock that are made of the feathers of a cockerel. Cock diameter is 1" attached with wings.