Hominids in the Paleolithic, and Neolithic Stone Age: A growth in the human
Updated: 1/6/2021
Hominids in the Paleolithic, and Neolithic Stone Age: A growth in the human

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  • It was insufficient for hominids to hunt and gather. They had to carry knives, crushing tools, and other stone tools in their hands while they were running. They wold get easily tired from all the traveling.
  • Quick, faster! I am holding the knife! C'mon!!!!
  • Give it to me, I am closer!! I will give the berries and the squirrel to you!!!
  • After hominids realized they would waste energy, time, and tools running while hunting and gathering, they decided to settle in ONE place. They had discovered more tools, and started to make huts too. They started to adapt more to their permanent homes, and they learned the patterns of the ecosystems.
  • Maybe he stays here for water too, just like us...
  • If trees grow taller when near water, then...
  • Overtime, hominids have discovered farming. They grow crops and domesticate wild animals. It was easier and more sufficient. Since they had to build more tools to tend to the farm, they got to build stone houses, more huts, pottery, baskets, accessories, and some home decor. They even created the first trade business
  • The crops are growing quick
  • The animals are really rowdy today!*chuckles*
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