What Were Three Common Characteristics of Hunter-Gatherer Societies?

Hunting and gathering societies are known to be highly adaptive to their local areas, simplistic in housing needs and organized into manageable sizes. Due to the heavy reliance on natural provisions and the surrounding area, hunting and gathering societies are nimble and productive.

Abundant and long-lasting resources are rare. Thus, hunting and gathering societies must readily adapt to find local food and build homes quickly. They need to travel in manageable groups. They work to avoid depleting the land's resources. By nature, hunting and gathering societies have to be skilled in relocating frequently and planting roots in a new area often.