Hunters and gatherers are nomads, or humans that don't grow crops, but just hunt for food or gather edible fruits and nuts for food. They hunted with hooks, nets, knives, fire and more. Later on, early man learned the ability to save foods like meat, or foods that can rot easily. For instance, they smoked meat. Nomads took a long time to switch from gathering and hunting for their own survival, and afterwards sharing their own gatherings, crops, materials for other people's use. This website is reliable because that .org in the end. I am adding this to my informational collection because it gives examples of what type of equipement was used for hunting and gathering.
According to the information found in this website, there are first signs of how humans lived before civilization. This includes fire, and tools. Fire provided healthy nutrition, and warmth. Also, it scared beasts away, and trapped prey. These changes have affected human appearances because of lifestyle, habitat, and the food that the human or person ate. This website can be relied on only because it has a ".org", otherwise it does not have any other proof.
This cite gives information about the Paleolithic Age, where humans used stones for tools, and the Bronze Age, where humans moved on to metal from ore for use. This website does not only give that, but it also gives information about why we changed to being who we are today, including the lifestyle changes, foods/nutrition, and habitat we are in. Nomads are humans that don't have a home, but they walk through forests for hunting, and gathering. This information can be further read in the website itself. My collection should include this because it gives very much details, and dates of how humans changed, and even examples of some cultures, or agricultures that occured. Unfortunately, there are no clues that this website is reliable, but I decided to use it because it had details that weren't included in other cites, which I should keep a mind on so I won't rely on them as much.
This is a video which gives details about both pre-civilization, and early civilization, but I chose to use it for pre-civilization. It will identify an ample amount of details. For instance, 2.8 million years ago humans finally got control of fire, and started manufacturing tools. They used fire for multiple things. For cooking food, trapping animals for food, scaring predators away, and more! (You have to watch the video) This YouTube video is very reliable because it lists all the sources and cites used for producing the video, including a dictionary, books, etc. This is already added to my collection because the notes that I have took on NoodleTools are not comparing to every single thing narrator said in the video. What I am trying to say is that there are very much details that still need to be found in the video that are very helpful!