Silk

Silk is produced by silkworms, which are native to Asia and create their cocoons out of a strong elastic material that is collected and processed into silk fabric. This fabric can be used to make clothing, bedding, and other goods.

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How do people get silkworms to make silk?

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What happens to silk when you put vinegar on it?

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How fat does a silk worm get?

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How do humans get silk from silkworms?

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Paheli wanted to buy a silk frock and want to the market with her motherTheir they found that the artificial synthetic silk was much cheaper and wanted to know why do you know why find out?

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