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Gallery: How Did the First Humans Live?
khanacademy.org

Gallery: How Did the First Humans Live?

The First humans originally emerged in Africa's Great Rift Valley, the Blombos Cave is an important part of our history. There the evidence shows that we were very adaptable to our environment, we had gone deep sea fishing, and had made the earliest jewelry out of shell bead. Scientists even had found geometric markings on some pieces of ochre, and some scientists would claim that they could be demonstrating the early form of thought.

Analyzing- This website fits into my collection because it points out some of the essential parts of our human evolution. Such as the possible first signs of writing and art as jewelry. It gives dates of event happening and not to mention gives additional information on early human DNA evolution, links in the website.


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Food, Clothing and Shelter [ushistory.org]
ushistory.org

Food, Clothing and Shelter [ushistory.org]

Humans that lived in the Old Stone Age period were our earliest ancestors; hominids that vaguely resembled us had lived in caves for shelter and originally were herbivores, until later meat was added. In the New Stone Age, we've evolved and to used teamwork. To find better food we were nomads, and so migrated from place to place, we cared for onur sick and because of cold weather, we made clothes. Agriculture was introduced later on.

Analyzition- This website fits into my collection because it gives much information about my topic overall, for the readers to understand better. With timeline dates  and how had humans evolved in those time period. It provides much detail to not only specific early human evolution but gives brief genetic connections. 

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Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire
sciencedaily.com

Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire

Study at the University of Colorado at Boulder, confirms that early humans had mastered importance of fire. They had learned to sustain it and used it continuously. It was important to them during cold periods of time for keeping warm, and they used it make a glue like substance 'pitch' out of bark, which was important for their tools. Many scientists were surprised to find such finds.



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hunting and gathering culture | anthropology
britannica.com

hunting and gathering culture | anthropology

Hunting and gathering is the primary way people were able to obtain food, before agriculture was manifested. It was a lifestyle of extracting any edible sustanance from the environment and then proceeding to move when food supply begins to exhaust. It was a tough way of living. All people regardless were hunters or gatherers. Some cultures throughout time had combined agriculture and hunting and gathering. 


Analyzation- This website fits into my collection because it provides a detailed explanation of the way people were able to provide for themselves during the the time when civilization and agriculture had not existed. It proceeds to make clear points, and the overall importance of hunter & gatherers.

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