History of silk
- Around 3500 BC, silk was discovered in China.
- Silk was traded for a very long time and sent to different regions of the world.
- Manufacturers may now generate various varieties of silk from various silkworms based on luster and texture thanks to technological improvement and new breakthroughs.
- The most popular silk-making moth is the mulberry silk moth.
- Sericulture is the practice of raising silkworms.
Make sketches of the two stages in the life history of the silk moth which are directly related to the production of silk.
Egg, silkworm, cocoon, and pupa are the phases of the silk moth's life cycle that are specifically connected to the creation of silk. Silk was discovered around 3500 BC in China using a silkworm.