The first agricultural revolution was mainly focused on the domestication of the plants and animals, it began 11,000 years ago and it really had a huge impact on the world that we live in today. It also focused on staying in one place and not moving around and hunting for food, but to focus on farming. That gave people more opportunities to find new jobs and to explore for those that didn't work on a farm. They could help out those farmers with trade and with new tools to use at the farm.
Plant: It was discovered that in between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and the people that were there they made sure that the plants had as much as the seeds needed the water to grow, and also they planted so that the plants would have the right amount of sun. Weeks months go by and some of the plants that they go were wheat, barley, lentils, and types of peas. But in other places like China it was mostly into rice, and South America was in to potatoes (National Geographic Society 1) .
Animals: When people started to domesticate plants they also started to domesticate animals as well. The people started to tame them so that they can make or get from them food, and can make shelters and weapons out of there bones. It is also believed that goats were the first animal to get domesticated and following that is the sheep. Also in the Southeast Asia, chickens were domesticated (National Geographic Society 1).
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The Second agricultural revolution