Did the Palaeolithic people stay in one place?

          There was no organized farming then, and so, the Palaeolithic people had to wander from place to place in search of food. They lived near streams or rivers, so that they could get rocks for tools, and enough water for their needs. They did not know how to build a home. Usually, they would live in caves or natural rock shelters.

          Gradually, Palaeolithic Man used his tools to cut branches, and he used these branches to make a sort of roof over a simple arrangement of stones. He ate the animals he killed, along with seeds and fruits.

          Palaeolithic men wore clothes made of animal fur, leaves and bark. They lived from day to day, and yet there was beauty in their lives too, as can be seen from the many paintings they made on the walls of caves.

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