Modern Hunter-Gatherers

A 2009 article on National Geographic provides some interesting insights in to the daily life of one of the few remaining hunter-gatherer societies; the Hazda of Tanzania.

"Hadza women gather berries and baobab fruit and dig edible tubers. Men collect honey and hunt. Nighttime baboon stalking is a group affair, conducted only a handful of times each year; typically, hunting is a solo pursuit. They will eat almost anything they can kill, from birds to wildebeest to zebras to buffalo. They dine on warthog and bush pig and hyrax. They love baboon..." (complete article here)

If you are curious about pre-agricultural human diets, be sure to give this fascinating article by Michael Finkel a read.