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As in many societies different groups of people are connected by similar traits People of hunting and gathering societies also share similar qualities Although the Kung Shoshone and Mbuti live in unique environments they still share numerous common characteristics because of there life styles The Kung San and Shoshone make critical decisions in similar ways The people of the Shoshone and Kung are much like a modern community in that they live together but for the most part live separate lives They come together to hunt like we to work but when the hunt is over they get paid in the form of meat and go home to their families If they should choose to any group may leave the whole at anytime The Mbuti choose to live as a whole They act as one family All decisions are made by the community as a whole If the group cannot reach consensus on a problem then the group may split for that time but will rejoin once the projects are completed Unlike the Kung and Shoshone the Mbuti stay together for the most part throughout the year and do not diffuse when supplies become more plentiful The two most important things a person needs is food and water Many different foods are consumed by the Mbuti There diet consists of meats fruits berries roots fungus and insects The Mbutis food supply is always plentiful this is due to the habitat they live in and the small number of people living off of any given area The Shoshone on the other hand live more like a scavengers because of their environment Meat is rare they tend to live off the plant life in the forest A large portion of the Shoshones diet is plant life The Kung have a fairly balanced diet of plants and animals but water is a limited resource For the Kung the reason for moving is to stay where the water is
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