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Who are Paleolithic people? People during this era did not have the skill of farming.
Who are archaeologists? These people dig, map, and analyze.
What is domestication? People in the Neolithic Era kept animals as pets. What is this called?
What are hunter gatherers? During the Paleolithic Age, people were called this because of how they got their food.
Who is Otzi? He was the Iceman and was discovered in the Alps.
What is Africa? The first humans probably lived on this continent.
What is human environment interaction? Cutting down trees in order to built an office building is an example of this theme of geography.
What are food and water? Early people tried to settle in a location that was near these two things.
What are climatic changes and human innovations? Two reasons that people in the New Stone Age had a different relationship to plants and animals.
What is they used the natural resources in that environment? This is how people adapted to different environments.
What is an artifact? This item is different from a fossil because it is made by people.
What is prehistory? This is the term for before people developed writing.
What is an ancient farming site? An iron tool for digging is an artifact that might be found at this site.
What is a dig site map? This is a map on which archaeologist record their findings.
What is the New Stone Age (Neolithic Age or Revolution)? This is when people started using seeds to grow crops.
What is farming? This caused people to be able to build permanent shelters.
What is the Neolithic Age? People changed from food gatherers to food producers during this time period.
What is increased their chances? The invention of tools had this effect on early humans’ chance of survival.
What is the Ice Age? Early humans were forced to migrate to new environments because of this event.
What is they needed more protection in colder climates? This is the reason that people made clothes and built shelters after migrating out of Africa.
What is a hominid? This is an early ancestor of humans.
What are land bridges? Early people used these to migrate out of Africa and into new places.
What is a primary source? The type of source when someone gives his opinion.
What are landforms? A physical geographer studies these: mountains, rivers, valleys, deserts, etc.
What is the Mesolithic Era? This is the Middle Stone Age.
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