Living with the Hadza

The Hadza are some of the last true hunter gatherers. They do not sow neither do they reap. Neither do they raise animals,. They work about 4 hours a day for food, hunting and gathering honey and other food, and play the rest of the time. These are women who have husbands, but are not dependent on them. They bring in as many calories of food
by digging tubers as the men do hunting, and if they want to leave they can.

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