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30 October, 18:34

Why Paleolithic people were nomads

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  1. 30 October, 18:41
    Paleolithic people were nomads because they didn't have the resources to survive in a single place. They needed to follow the herds of animals for food and resources. Overall, they had to migrate because they were not accustomed to settling down in one area because they weren't able to acquire all the resources essential for their survival while being settled in one area.
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