First World vs Third World

Environmental factors agricultural surplus climate

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Unformatted text preview: on of animals and plants Agriculture surplus in the communities that discovered it first. Fertile Crescent is where it was first discovered, they domesticated animals, started farming, produced agriculture surplus which freed some people from hunting and gathering. Environmental factors ! agricultural surplus Climate and ecology: rivers Mountains: big mountains that can be used to domesticate All the big mammals are gone in some areas and it happened at the same time. Elephants in DC? In Eurasia, the wild plants available there were more conducive to support life, ancestors of wheat and barley Orientation of the Continents: The way the continents are laid out, Eurasia on East- West axis, same latitude ! similar tropics and climate conditions (diffusio...
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