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describe the different kinds of tools used bybthe early humnas during the old stone age. how did the nature of tools change in the mesikithic age?

Asked by asujatha0088 17th April 2019, 7:20 AM
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 The humans made different tools from stones and pebbles. These tool were not very efficient. The oldest recognizable tools are stone choppers made almost 1 million years ago. These tools were made by chipping stones and pebbles.

In Mesolithic Age, the tools made out of stones became bit sharper. The typical tool of the Mesolithic is the microlith – a small flint blade or fraction of a blade, often only around 5 mm long and 4 mm thick. 

 
Answered by Expert 17th April 2019, 9:24 AM
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