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THE CAVEMAN DIET
What you need to know first (Left Side) What they ate depended a lot on the location of their home, hunting grounds, and time frame. It also depended on the season of the year.
We can get a variety of foods all year round because we can import them from different parts of the world.
Cavemen had to rely on what they could hunt or gather right around them.
Year-Round Food (Left Side) Meat –Wooly Mammoth –Bison –Rhinoceros –Ibex –Deer –Horses –Cattle Fish –Salmon
Other Foods hazelnuts blackberries birds' eggs dandelion leaves nettles (Pictured) Root vegetables Grass
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