Before and after of agriculture

Before and after of agriculture
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  • Life Before Agriculture
  • I got one!
  •      Agriculture discovery 
  • Winter is  coming soon and we need warmer clothes.
  • where do those plants come from i can try burying these plants I gathered
  • That sheep looks warm why don't we try to make clothes out of that?
  • How life improved
  • I'm done working do you want to hang out at the river?
  • Almost done boiling the water!
  • Almost done washing the clothes! Where do you want me to hang it?
  • In the paleolithic age and the old stone age there were people called "nomads".  Nomads do not have a permanent home, always travel, hunt food, and gather nuts and berries. Nomads always had to move because they need new animals to hunt. Nomads hunt animals with bow and arrows or spears. They don't have very nice clothing because they don't have a way to get a lot of fabric.
  • In the neolithic age nomads discovered farming and agriculture. Some of the first animals to be domesticated were dogs, sheep, and goats. People thought what if we used animals for material? So they used sheep for wool and meat. And goats and cattle for milk. They also used mules to carry the heavy food and material. Nomads have always gathered berries, seeds, and nuts so since they always saw plants grow out of the ground they decided to try to plant the seeds. 
  • After they discovered agriculture and animal domestication they decided to settle down because they now have a stable food supply. During the paleolithic age people had to find shelter in caves or make a tent like structure. But now most people make houses out of mud and bricks. The houses had several rooms. Permanent shelter will help them in case of harsh weather. With this also came with more people and different jobs for people.  People also had more energy for activities now and since they settled near the river they can have fun in the water. There was also other advantages like cleaning, cooking, punishments, resources, trade, transportation, agriculture, and water.
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