What Did Stone Age People Eat?

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The diet of the stone age period consisted of mammoths,sloth, foxes, saber tooth, rabbits and berries. Their main activities included hunting, gathering, as well as farming.
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Meat, cereals and fruits were the main food eaten by stone age people. They relied on food that could be hunted and fished, such as meat, offal and seafood, and also food that could be gathered, such as eggs, insects, fruit, mushrooms, nuts, seeds, vegetables, herbs and spices.
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