What Was Type of Shelter in the Paleolithic Era?

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The Paleolithic era is a prehistoric period that is when the most primitive tools were used by humans. Humans living in this era grouped together in groups called bands.These people used caves as a type of shelter and sometimes made very primitive huts.
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During the Paleolithic Era people didn't have shelters and would hide in caves or behind rocks during storms or bad weather.
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Mainly, it's that the neolithic shelters became permanent structures, while the paleolithic shelters were temporary and portable or reconstructed with each move. See the River Valley
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Much of the time shelter was similar to a wigwam. Sticks laid to make a circular hut which was then covered with hides or materials such as brush, cattails, hay, etc. Tents were simply
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What did palaeolithic people use for clothing and shelter.
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