Name: Gudi, (Wikipedia), an ancient Chinese flute made out of bones.
A type of Aerophone.
Also known as: Bone flute.
Wikidata item: Q5614607.
Disambiguation: Also known as the bone flute, it is one of the oldest musical instruments traced back to China.
Description: The main difference between the Gudi and other instruments is it is made out of bones. Being a wind instrument and a flute as well, it works under same principles as the others - air is blown through a series of holes to produce sound.
Age: It can be dated back to 6000BC.
History: Gudis, which have been dated to come from 6000BC, were first dug up from a Neolithic tomb in Central China.