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Paleolithic Food Supply
People obtained food by hunting and gathering food during the paleolithic age. The problem with that was that people would get hurt or even killed.
Peolithic people lived in caves or even tents so that they can pick up and leave . They wouldnt stay in the same place for a long time because they needed to keep hunting.
Paleolithic hunter-gathers rarely traded with other groups. They were mostly concerned with the animals, plants, and other resources.
They learned to raise animals for human needs. For example goats cattle and sheep were used for milk and wheat. The also learned that they can grow own food by collecting and planting the seeds of plants.
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