Nomadic pastoralism is a form of pastoralism when livestock are herded in order to find fresh pastures on which to graze.
We move place to place in an irregular pattern following animal herds and seasonal pastures.
Bedouins, the oldest inhabitants of the deserts, are a nomadic group of people who are known for their resourcefulness and hospitality, and surviving the harsh weather conditions they live in.
People in UAE did not rely on agriculture that much. They mostly grew wheat and barley. The people also developed a deep understanding of nature and its resources.
People mostly lived as hunter-gatherers and followed movement of animal herds. Civilizations did not begin as diseases spread faster in villages
As the Indian monsoon slowly moved to Arabia, it brought cooler temperatures and rainfall. This filled rivers, created wadis and expanded the grasslands.
The country began to resemble today's. Discovery of metals helped the levants in hunting and brought traders to the country. People still maintained active mobile lifestyle and civilizations did not develop.