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Hunter-Gatherers traveled in small groups to scavenge for food such as wooly mammoths, saber-toothed tigers, and the giant ground sloth.
Begginning of Domestication
The Neolithic people would settle in Estuaries and raise plants, and animals such as pigs, and goats for food.
The agriculture revolution
Domestication is what led to the agriculture revolution which was when agriculture largely overtook Hunter-Gathering
First off a Hunter-Gatherer is someone that hunts animals and gathers wild plants to eat. Most H-G groups were small-around thirty people, H-G were nomadic they followed the animals they hunted and the seasons. When they followed the animals they hunted and the seasons they adapted and lived in temporary shelters.
Domestication is the practice of raising plants and animals to make them useful to humans which eventually led to farming. The Neolithic people would settle in an area and would grow plants and harvest them for food, and certain animals were raised for food as well. Estuaries were the best place for them to settle because there was salt water, fresh water, and fertile land.
As I said in the previous cell, Domestication which is the practice of raising plants and animals to make them useful to humans is what led to Agriculture or (farming). Farming largely replaced hunting and gathering, people learned that they could live more off what they farmed than what they found. This switch to farming also led to the neolithic people creating new technology such as hoes, and plows.
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