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Not all early humans adopted agriculture. The Aborigines of Australia continued to hunt and gather even though they were exposed to farming.
They probably chose to continue this lifestyle because
they were too primitive to utilize new farming methods.
the ecologically diverse regions of Australia provided all their needs.
the traditional plants such as wheat and barley would not grow in Australia's dry climate.
they did not have domesticated animals to help harvest crops.
they did not have large enough communities to sustain agriculture.