Some non-human primates occasionally use tools. So they made more and called them hunting tools they wanted to eat and live nothing else just because they did not have comfort as we are having right now.
hand ax Modern humans that lived in Blombos Cave near Capetown, South Africa 80,000 to 95,000 years ago used bone tools and sophisticated pressure-flaked points--- made from stones brought more they used only there brain and force to live.
Hunting tools, techniques and food preparation and storage of the Beothuk people. They had a lot of tools and tried them and then they understand what were killing animals more faster.
Humans that had no food and did not no what is bad for health and good for health. So they were thinking about how to hunt faster and then kill and eat animals first hunting tool was wooden and then stone then metal. So now we can remember how did they live and how we live but without of them we would not make any hunting tools or thinked like them because we are not in the past so those people who made hunting tools made our life easier so they are part of our history.
For more information on counter-intuitive facts of ancient and medieval history, see Anthony Esolen’s The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization. King Edgar of England from 959–975 was not really bad he said that people can were clothe and than one man made better clothe it was so good that king having it only so than people changed there mind and chose king who made this clothe he was better than the old that's why clothe is so important.
Clothing and accessories for the human body. The variety of dress is immense. The style that a particular individual selects is often linked to that person’s body covered and nobody can see it.
The Ancient Greeks were not fussy about their clothing. The garments they wore were made for function, and they were made simply. A single piece of fabric could be styled and restyled, to fit. So Greek was not so special at clothing but Greek people nevertheless killed animals for clothing they just cut sheeps fabric.
M. Schane asks: When did humans start wearing clothing? Determining exactly when humans began wearing clothes is a challenge, largely because early clothes would have been things like animals because at the past we were killing animals for food and now we kill them for food and clothe.