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Hey, have you happened to see a blank patch? It's my camp.
Seriously? Your camp is a blank patch of grass?
Seriously, this is it?
This is my camp.
Wow, your camp is so much better than mine.
In the Paleolithic Era, people often hunted and gathered their food. To do that they had to leave their camp, and got lost on their way back.
As you can see, people in the Paleolithic Era didn't have permanent shelters. They moved from place to place depending on the weather and food supply.
Over time, people evolved and learned agriculture . Along with agriculture they learned how to make permanent shelters.
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