Food supply n the neolithic/paleolithic age.
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Yes, finally we have food!
This is were we live
and this is our permanent home.
I am picking wheat to make bread with my dog.
In the Paleolithic Age people lived in caves and they would often find animals outside of the caves they lived in and maybe sometimes they would find animals in the caves they lived in. In the Paleolithic people didn't have a lot of food, sometimes they would have to go without food for a week. They were nomads and often moved homes a lot because there were either no more food around there caves or they were killed from the animals they were trying to hunt.
In the Neolithic Age people had permanent homes and did not move homes. There homes are different from our homes. They have there door on top the roof because in case there was a flood then water wouldn't get inside their houses. Also, If there were mean animals, the mean animals wouldn't be able to get inside their homes. Last, if there were bandits trying to get inside their homes they wouldn't be able to get in. In the Neolithic Age people had farms were they could farm animals and plants and would have an unlimited food supply. Also, people would trade resources with other people in a different village.
In the Paleolithic and Neolithic times they were both different. One reason is that in the Paleolithic times people or caveman didn't know how to farm but in the Neolithic times they did know how to farm. So the people would gather food from plants but didn't know how to replant, but in the Neolithic times they did know how to plant. Another reason is that people were more fluently when they spoke but in the Paleolithic times they didn't understand what speaking was.
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