How did the earliest people get food? Can we say that Stone Age man was completely dependent on nature?

The earliest people obtained their own food by gathering and hunting. They used only what nature gave: they dug up edible roots and tubers of plants, insect larvae, collected fruits, looked for eggs of birds and turtles, and hunted. Yes, we can say that Stone Age man was completely dependent on nature.

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