To make pancakes! And unicorns! And rainbows!
Deer, turkey, raccoon, berries, mastodon, mammoth, giant ground sloth, and huge turtles were the foods eaten by Paleo-Indians.
From an Article by "Icabod" The first people into the Americas were nomadic hunters. They didn't plan to come here, they followed the migrations of the game. There was no point where somebody said "hey, welcome to the New World" Like most people, they were interested in getting enough to eat and leaving things a bit better for their children. We don't consider them "Native Americans" as they weren't born here and they predate the development of today's Native Americans(Indians). Rather we call them "PaleoIndians." However, some accounts consider the fact that these paleoamericans spread throughout the two continents and the various tribes that developed can be considered Native Americans, or Indians. The following is taken from http://en.wikipedia.org
they use a use a wiker
Sometimes they would use nothing and other times they would put/use cloth for it!
The first people into the Americas were nomadic hunters. They didn't plan to come here, they followed the migrations of the game. Like most people, they were interested in getting enough to eat and leaving things a bit better for their children. We don't consider them "Native Americans" as they weren't born here and they predate the development of today's Native Americans(Indians). Rather we call them "PaleoIndians." They walked across dry land from Asia. The great ice age lowered the water of the Bering strait and created a new land, Beringia. Beringia is generally thought to have been a flat plain, dry and dusty. It did support plant and animal life.
The mammoth was like a hairy elephant. You can earn mammoth savings if you use coupons when you shop.
He has mammoth sized hands.
The mammoth cave was discovered yesterday.This is one huge, mammoth cave!The mammoth cave paintings were incredibly detailed.
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the tanks in the farm were mammoth in size .
they use mammoth skin
There is no evidence that prehistoric man domesticated the mammoth, although he did hunt the mammoth. The domestication of the dog was a key factor in the success of prehistoric man's hunting of the large creatures.
Yes, most likely
they use it for dogs
They used the tusks to make shelter
Stone age hunters used a variety of methods to kill the Woolly Mammoth. The weapons they used depended on which method they chose to use. One method used by Mammoth hunters was the pit trap. The hunters dug a deep hole in the earth, and chased the mammoth past the pit hoping one would fall in. If one did fall in, then it probably died from the fall. Another method chosen by the hunters was to chase the herd of mammoth over a cliff. Again, the mammoth probably died from the fall. Another method used by the hunters was to circle around the mammoth and goad it into charging one of the hunters. When the mammoth charged the hunter, the other hunters would throw spears at the mammoth or try to cut the hamstrings on the mammoth's legs. If they were successful at cutting the tendons in it's legs, then they could get close and stab the mammoth with spears.
A bull mammoth