The Asia of remote prehistory was very different from the teeming continent and islands of today. Its population was tiny and dispersed, living mostly on the seacoasts and the plains of the big rivers, each small group of humanity separated from the others by virgin forest, full of wild animals. Families stayed together, developed into clans for mutual protection. Life was precarious, death came early and was often sudden and violent.
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