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Q: Who was at risk of early death due to the contamination of water and animal-borne diseases? A. nomads searching for mammoth B. early farmers who cultivated crops and domesticated
animals C. hunter-gatherers searching for berries D. Homo erectus who hunted animals with a hand axe
A: early farmers who cultivated crops and domesticated animals faced a greater risk of early death due to water contamination and animal-borne diseases
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User: Who was at risk of early death due to the contamination of water and animal-borne diseases? A. nomads searching for mammoth B. early farmers who cultivated crops and domesticated animals C. hunter-gatherers searching for berries D. Homo erectus who hunted animals with a hand axe

Weegy: early farmers who cultivated crops and domesticated animals faced a greater risk of early death due to water contamination and animal-borne diseases
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User: Which of the following did NOT occur as a result of the Neolithic agricultural revolution? A. People continued to follow the herds. B. People began cultivating land. C. People domesticated animals. D. People began to settle in one location

Weegy: A. People continued to follow the herds did NOT occur as a result of the Neolithic agricultural revolution.
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Once humans learned how to grow plants, herd animals, and make pottery to store food, humans transitioned from hunter/gatherers to what? A. Scavengers B. Nomadic shepherds C. Warriors D. Producers
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Once humans learned how to grow plants, herd animals, and make pottery to store food, humans transitioned from hunter/gatherers to producers.
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