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How did the need to interact with the environment lead to advances in civilization?

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The need to interact with the environment led to advances in civilization because it spurred on technological inventions, such as irrigation, in order to secure a food source. This in turn led to an abundance of sustenance, and the chance for populations to expand and develop a richer culture.

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