Man, I hate hunting for animals! Lots of hunters would get killed or injured, and I don't want to get killed!
Yes, hunting and gathering food was not the most stable way of getting the food we needed.
Wow! Growing our own food is so much more dependable than just hunting and gathering food.
I know! Harvesting our own food is a lot easier to do. Look at all the food we are growing!
Domesticating animals is such a great way for our needs! We could get milk from cows and wool from sheep!
In the Paleolithic Age, hunters often hunted wild animals such as deer. People would also gather berries and nuts. These techniques weren't the best food source to depend on. Also, hunters would often get injured or even killed.
In the beginning of the Neolithic Age, people started to grow their own crops. Over time, farmers began to grow their food in the areas where they lived.
Early in the Neolithic Age, farmers also learned to raise or domesticate animals for people's uses. Harvesting crops and domesticating animals are two important developments of agriculture. Having agriculture taught many Neolithic people how to have a more stable food supply.