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Hi welcome to Mohhenjo-Daro in North India and Pakistan the kids have monkeys,snakes, and birds as pets. The archaeologists found out they had these kind of pets because of their tracks on the ground. On the outside of houses men women and children would go make food. The men would mix soil,clay, and water to make mud bricks for their house.
In North India and Pakistan we do distant trades to other people. We can do distant trades either on foot or by water. We trade goods for goods or gold for goods.
In North India and Pakistan the homes were made out of mud bricks. The houses were large to try to stay cool inside. If it gets to hot we usually have flat roofs we would go up there and try and stay cool.
In North India and Pakistan we had a great bath and religious purification.
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