On top of a tree, Saitoti is getting berries, his breakfast for the day. Hadza are full time hunter-gatherer - they do not grow any food, herd animals or even store any food. When they get up early morning, there is nothing to eat in camp. They just head out in the savannah and feed from nature. It's a lifestyle we all had thousands of years ago - you too, reading this! The Hadza have been living in this area for approximately 40.000 years and have left no impact on their environment. Think...
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On top of a tree, Saitoti is getting berries, his breakfast for the day. Hadza  are full time hunter-gatherer - they do not grow any food, herd animals or even store any food. When they get up early morning, there is nothing to eat in camp. They just head out in the savannah and feed from nature. It's a lifestyle we all had thousands of years ago - you too, reading this! The Hadza have been living in this area for approximately 40.000 years and have left no impact on their environment. Think about that.


  • Africa
  • Evolution of Diet
  • Food
  • HIT LIST
  • Hadza
  • Tanzania
  • berries
  • gathering
  • hunter-gatherer
  • paleo diet
  • savannah
  • self-sufficient

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