Groups of hunters can still be found in Canada, North America, South America, Africa, India, South East Asia, and Australia.



Living differently

There are still people in the world who are living the way their ancestors have done for thousands of years.  They don't use the cash-based system of exchange that we are all familiar with.  Their lives have a greater focus on living day to day, on where their next meal is going to come from.

Does this make them 'primitive'?  Certainly, they are different, but maybe in many ways, their way of life has a lot of advantages over our own.  They are generally fitter than us, have much greater affinity with nature and much more time for family and friendships.

So who are they, and why do they still live the way they do?

Read More: Hunter-Gatherers

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