An Aboriginal ceremonial instrument consisting of a rhomboid piece of wood painted in traditional designs. By holding the long string, which passes through a hole at one end, and spinning the Bullroarer in circles over your head, it twirls through the air, creating a unique, eerie sound, like a swarm of winged insects. Great fun to play, just make sure that you're in an open space! Kids love these as fun noisemaking backyard playtime activity! Can also be used as your wall decoration! Sizes range from 7” to 18”. Painted patterns may vary.