Before farming, people lived by hunting wild animals and gathering wild plants. When supplies ran out, these hunter-gatherers moved on. Farming meant that people did not need to travel to find food. Instead they began to live in settled communities, and grew crops or raised animals.
Because of farming many nomadic group began to stay in one place permanent settlement
It changed communities from hunters to just farmers. that doesn't mean that there weren't any hunters left there was just very little left.
It changed communities from hunters to just farmers. that doesn't mean that weren't any hunters left there was just very little left.
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Well, to state a few facts about how farming changed how we lived. For example, we used to be hunter-gatherers (or we followed the food to live) and then when humans found out about agriculture, cities/civilizations grew. Plants were domesticated, along with animals. These are a few examples.
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