Hunter-gatherer

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A San. The San still live as hunter-gatherers
Hadza in Tanzania are among the last hunter-gatherer people in Africa
An inuit hunter in Greenland, carrying Reindeer.
Khanty girls gathering berries, in western Siberia

A hunter-gatherer society is one who lives from edible plants and animals from the wild, by foraging and hunting.

The line between hunter-gatherers and other people is often not clear-cut. Nomadic people often practice a mix of hunting, gathering and herding, and others spend some of their time in farming.

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