(i) Early humans led a
(a) easy life
(b) luxurious life
(c) hard life
(d) none of these
Early humans led a hard life as they moved from place to place in search of food and water. They did this because the animals on which they were dependent for food moved to distant places.
(ii) To keep the fire burning, early man fed it with
(b) sticks and dry leaves
To let the fire keep burning the early men fed it with sticks and dry leaves,
(iii) A tree was struck by
When lightning strikes, it turns the liquids inside the tree to gas instantly, and the tree bark explodes.
(i) Early man learnt to make fire by rubbing two leaves.
Early man learnt to make fire by rubbing two fling stones with each other.
(ii) Raw flesh was soft and tastier than roasted flesh.
Raw flesh was harder to eat than roasted flesh. Early man found it hard to eat raw flesh as there was no fire to cook.
(iii) Because of firelight, early man was able to see after sunset.
The firelight helped the early man to see after sunset.
(i) Man learnt to make fire by rubbing ______.
Ans: Man learnt to make fire by rubbing fling stones.
The early humans discovered fire by rubbing two flintstones against each other.
(ii) Early man had to suffer from extreme ______ conditions.
Ans: Early man had to suffer from extreme Harsh conditions.
Early men had to suffer from extreme harsh conditions as they had no place to live, no fire to cook.
(iii) ______ made the cave warm and lighten it.
Ans: Early men made the cave warm and lighten it.
They used to make fires in front of the caves to scare away wild animals.
(i) How did early man use fire?
Ans: The early humans discovered fire by rubbing two flintstones against each other. They used to make fires in front of the caves to scare away wild animals. They used to hunt wild animals, skin them and chop them.
(ii) How did early man live?
Ans: Early humans lived in the jungle and were afraid of bigger and stronger wild animals. Earlier they had no house to live in and they spent their time on the trees or hid themselves behind the bushes. Earlier, they used to eat fruits from trees or roots of plants. Then they started hunting animals for food.
(iii) What caused the fire?
Ans: Rubbing two flintstones against each other caused fire.
|1. What is the invention of fire?|
|2. How did early humans discover fire?|
|3. What were the uses of fire for early humans?|
|4. How did the invention of fire impact early human civilization?|
|5. How did early humans control and maintain fire?|