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The Mesolithic Age (also called the Middle Stone Age) was the period in which people started to domesticate animals an which saw the earliest and still very primitive beginnings of agriculture.

Even so, much food was still the result of hunting and gathering but now it gradually was supplemented by eating the meat of domesticated animals. Substantial agriculture would only start to appear at the very end of the Mesolithic Age.

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Early civilizations got food by working together in big bands to collect as much food as possible. They also had special tools made out of animal, bone, tusks, and sharpened stones or sticks to help them during their harvesting. Early food collection methods can be divided into hunters and gatherers.

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The Neolithic people got their food by being hunter gatherers. They hunted for animals like deer and rabbits. They also farmed and fished and gathered different types of fruit, including berries.

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by going out killing animals and eating it datum

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by going to the streams and growing their own plants and crops

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from wild animals

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not as great as we do

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from hunting and gathering

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They hunted and gathered .

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