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The first man-made shelter was believed to have been made out of stones and tree branches. The stones were placed at the base of the structure to hold the branches in place. Man slowly learned the make simple tools that would allow them to build better structures, and later on these structures gradually evolved in shape and form.

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Over time, early humans began to gather at hearths and shelters to eat and socialize. As brains became larger and more complex, growing up took longer—requiring more parental care and the protective environment of a home. Expanding social networks led, eventually, to the complex social lives of modern humans.

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Shelters of Early Humans. Most early people got food by gathering, hunting, or fishing. They roamed to find food and often did not occupy permanent dwellings. Some lived, as do apes, in crude nests built each night in trees. Others lived in caves. As people learned to cultivate food crops and to domesticate animals, permanent shelters became ...

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Early Humans for Kids Homes. TREES & SHELTERS: Very early humans learned to stay away from caves as shelters. Caves were often already occupied by dangerous animals. Instead, they looked for trees to climb into, or rocks and cliffs to shelter under. The discovery of fire had a huge affect on early humans.

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Food, Clothing and Shelter. Neanderthal Museum. ... How did early humans find food, make clothing, and seek shelter? Neanderthal or Neandertal? The first fossil of this type was found in 1856 near Germany's Neander Thal. At that time, "thal" was the word for "valley" in German. The find became known as Neanderthal Man — named after the place ...

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Early man had different homes as he evolved one of the first shelters they had were cave . As Early man aged he started to make more complicates houses such as a mammoth house, a clay house, then ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_shelter

Rock shelters are often important archaeologically.Because rock shelters form natural shelters from the weather, prehistoric humans often used them as living-places, and left behind debris, tools, and other artifacts.In mountainous areas the shelters can also be important for mountaineers.. Transhumant nomads, people who move with their livestock - often from lower permanent winter residences ...

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The earliest known man-made shelters were made of tree branches and stones (used to lock in the branches). There is also prehistoric evidence of shelters made from animal bones (in place of branches) and animal hides (used as coverings). As civili...

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VIDEO: Neanderthals: Did Cro Magnons, the ancestors of early humans, cause the Neanderthal extinction? What they found was a distinct set of Denisovan ancestry among some modern East Asians ...

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