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paleolithic Age

old stone age. cave men

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WOOLLY MAMMOTH A LARGE, HAIRY, EXTICT ANIMAL RELATED TO THE MODERN DAY ELEPHANTS
METHOD A WAY OF DOING SOMETHING
PALEOLITHIC THE EARLY PART OF HUMAN HISTORY, ALSO KNOWN AS THE OLD STONE AGE
PALEOLITHIC AGE ACHIEVEMENTS IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY FLINT TOOLS AND WEAPONS ANIMAL SKIN CLOTHES ABILITY TO MAKE A FIRE SPOKEN LANGUAGE CAVE ART
NOMADS PEOPLE WHO MOVE FROM PLACE TO PLACE TO SURVIVE
AVAILIBLE READY TO BE USED
CONSTANT ALWAYS HAPPENING
COMMUNICATE TO SHRE INFORMATION WITH SOMEONE
CONSTRUCT TO BUILD BY PUTTING PARTS TOGETHER
ICE AGES LONG PERIODS OF EXTREME COLD ON EARTH
TECHNOLOGY THE USE OF NEW IDEAS AND TOOLS TO DO WORK
FOOD THAT PALEOLITHIC PEOPLE ATE ANIMALS BERRIES NUTS FRUITS GRAINS FISH
SHELTER PALEOLITHIC PEOPLE MADE\FOUND CAVES UNDER CLIFFS ON CLIFFS BY WATER HUTS UNDER GIANT ROCKS MADE HOUSEES OUT OF WOOLLY MAMMOTH BONES AND COVERED THE BONES WITH ANIMAL SKIN
ANIMAL SKIN USED FOR PROTECTION CLOTHING AND SHELTER
FIRE IT KEPT THEM WARM SCARED OFF ANIMALS SOCIAL NEEDS LIGHT
SPOKEN LANGUAGE SPOKEN LANGUAGE MADE IT EASIER FOR PEOPLE TO COMMUNICATE TOGETHER AND WAS CONSTANTLY GROWING AND CHANGING
LAND BRIDGE A LAND BRIDGE IS A STRIP OF DRY LAND THAT WAS ONCE COVERED BY WATER
FLINT MADE SHARP KNIVES AND AX HEADS
CAVE ART COVERED THE WALLS OF THEIR CAVE IN ART. THEY EXPRESSED THEMSELVES.PAINT WAS MADE FROM CRUSHED ROCK MIX AND ANIMAL FAT
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