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Where did Paleolithic age people live?
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@uri @Falco276 @Zale101
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I'm not joking I really need help
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleolithic Hope this helps. :)
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Doesn't tried that
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why? :( Ok, I understand. :)
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Still searching. one minute.
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I tried that already
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Old Stone Age people were always on the move. A person who moves from place to place is called a nomad. Because of their nomadic lifestyle, Old Stone Age people build temporary homes, rather than permanent homes. People travelled in small groups, we think these groups could have been extended family groups. Old Stone Age people had two ways of obtaining food, by hunting and gathering. Gathering is finding wild berries and other plants to eat. We sometimes call these people huntergatherers.
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OMGS, sorry. wrong info.
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Well, they lived in tents,caves,and teepees, but usually for the old stone age such as (OSA) they usually lived in caves.
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Nobody can really say how our distant ancestors lived, but it possible to surmise that they lived much as surviving huntergatherer societies live today.
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Okay I need this to: 1: How people during the paleolithic age organized themselves
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Where did Paleolithic age people live? Well, Paleolithic age means the second part of the Stone Age beginning about 750,00 to 500,000 years BC and lasting until the end of the last ice age about 8,500. So think, in that era people lived quite similar to the stone age, they depended on hunting, gathering. Mainly, the mens did this job while the females had to cook and look out for children. Living in those conditions were sorta hard and the weather was cruel too. At night the weather was really cold. , they lived in wilderness. Hope this site helps: http://www.wfsd.k12.ny.us/webquests/Paleolithic%20and%20Neolithic%20Era_files/page0002.htm
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Thanks it did
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Did you learn anything about global history
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@Zale101 ^^
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Are you taking that as a class?
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if so, i haven't took that class before
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