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Up until 15,000 years ago most humans lived a hunter-gatherer lifestyle.
Fish was the most commonly eaten meat among the ancient hunter-gatherers.
People from around the world began planting and taking advantage of their region's natural crop and mostly abandoned a lifestyle of foraging to that of agriculture.
A crop or food surplus would allow for cities to be created and for people to pursue other occupations outside of agriculture.
A widely cited negative effect of the agricultural revolution was the increase in the demand of slaves to work the land.
Due to an absence of written historical records at the time many still speculate on what drove humans to pursue agriculture.