A bag is a familiar instrument in the form of a non-rigid storage place. The use of bags predates evidence the past, with the earliest bags being no more than pieces of animal skin or natural plant fibres, folded up at the borders and protected in that form with cords of the same fabric. Although their simplicity, bags have been essential for the progress of human culture, as they allow people to simply gather loose fabrics such as berries or food granules, and to carrying more things than could willingly by carried in the tenders.
In the present world, bags are everywhere, with various people regularly carrying a large selection of them in the shape of fabric or leather suitcases, shoulder bags, and backpacks, and with bags made from more not reusable fabrics such as paper or plastic being used for shopping, and to bring home groceries. A bag may be closable by a zipper, snap fastener, etc., or merely by folding (e.g. in the case of a paper bag). Sometimes a money bag or voyage bag has a mortise lock. The bag similar to predates the nonflexible variation, the basket, and bags typically have the supplementary gains over baskets of being fold-able or else condensable to lesser sizes. On the other hand, baskets, being finished of more inflexible objects, may improved defend their contents.
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