Paleolithic vs. Neolithic
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Paleolithic Food Supply
Paleolithic people obtained their food by hunting and gathering during the Paleolithic Age. Some of the problems with obtaining food this way was hunters could be hurt of killed, food supply was not dependable
Neolithic Food Supply
Paleolithic people used caves or rough, tent like structures .These were temporary shelters because hunters and gathers were nomads who had to move often in order to follow the wild animal herds or find new plants to eat.
Having a stable food supply allowed people to develop new kinds of jobs. In Paleolithic times, people's main job was finding enough food to survive.
Neolithic people learned to raise animals for human needs. For example goats, cattle, and sheep were used for milk and meat. They could grow their own food by collecting and planting the seeds of plants.
Living in communities made it possible for people to organize themselves more efficiently. They could divide up the work of producing food and other things they needed
The development of different jobs was important because it was to inspire workers to improve their skills. With farms providing steadier supplies of food,Neolithic people could develop more specialized skills.
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