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Glacier
A slowly moving huge mass of ice and rock.
Technology
tools, machines, and methods used by a culture to imporve products and preformance and to make things more efficient.
Hunter-Gathers
A person who gets food by hunting wild animals and gathering wild plants, roots, nuts and berries.
Band
A group of people; a small loosely organized group of hunter-gatherers, consisting of 20-30 individuals.
Surplus
An extra amount; more than is needed.
Environment
all the living and nonliving things in a person's surroundings.
Domesticate
To train or adapt an animal or plant to live in a human environment, making it more useful to humans.
Agriculture
the science, art, and buisness of raising animals and plants to supply food.
Shrine
a sacred place where people worship.
Self-sufficient
being able to provide for oneself without depending on others.
Irrigation
the act of supplying dry lands with water by means of canals, ditches, pipes, and/or streams
Famine
a widespread shortage of food that threatens death from starvation.
Civilization
a complex society with a stable food supply, specialization of labor, a government, and a highly developed culture.