Getting Food

Modern humans are a species that is largely fed every day. Sure, maybe we go to the supermarket to buy our food, and some people still practice subsistence farming, but our lives have changed drastically from the time that early humans had to hunt, scavenge, and gather food every day. Explore the evidence for some of the ways that early humans were able to get food.

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Explore the evidence of early human behavior—from ancient footprints to stone tools and the earliest symbols and art – along with similarities and differences in the behavior of other primate species

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Rick Potts Podcast from NOVA's Becoming Human Series

Rick Potts
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Listen to Dr. Rick Potts talk about early human adaptability to climate change in this podcast created in conjunction with the 2009 NOVA series "Becoming Human".

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