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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 EARLY HUMANS The Old Stone Age The Old stone age, or "Paleolithic Era", existed from about 12,000 to 7,000 years ago. The Neanderthals existedduring the era. The Neanderthals were always living on the move,hunting animals and scavenging forfoodstuffs, like berries and nuts.The Neanderthals would usually huntin groups of 20-30 people. They'd huntfor animals like bisons, deer, wild boarsand mammoths. The Neanderthals used stone, wooden and bone tools. Wind energy does not involve the use of any fossil fuels like natural gas, coal or oil. Wind turbines requirevast plots of land It's an efficient, renewable, never-ending resource, therefore power failures are almost non-existent Environmental Impact Productivity Statistics Wind energy is fueled by the wind, so it's a clean fuel source +25% Increase of wind energy usage per year, over the past decade +2.5% 2010 wind energy production was over 2.5% worldwide The New Stone Age The New Stone age, or "Neolithic Era", lasted about 6,000 to 12,000 years ago. Unlike their ancestors The Neanderthals,The Neolithic people, or Cro-Magnons, were much more advanced in tools andlifestyle. The Cro-Magnons began to settlepermanently in places, not living on the move. They began to domesticate animals and grow crops for themselves. And tools of the Cro-Magnons were much moresophisticated and complex than those of the Neanderthals.
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