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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Savanna and Forest Peoples Today Of the earliest social organizations that developed in the three ecological zones—the savanna, the steppe, and the forest/river—the steppe hunting societies left the strongest&nbsp;architectural traces, largely because of their need for sturdier habitations and also because&nbsp;the residues of their camps in the form of bones and tools are easier to locate archaeologically&nbsp;than sites in jungles or grasslands, where traces of human existence quickly disappear. Steppe&nbsp;society also left stronger evidence for burials. Among forest cultures, death was usually seen more&nbsp;informally, making it more difficult for archaeologists to access the inner workings of these early&nbsp;cultures. For that reason, anthropology, which studies living societies, can assist us just as much&nbsp;as archaeology in coming to terms with early human history. The First Societies that still exist&nbsp;today—some of which have already been mentioned—are, of course, only') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Savanna and Forest Peoples Today Of the earliest social organizations that developed in the three ecological zones—the savanna, the steppe, and the forest/river—the steppe hunting societies left the strongest&nbsp;architectural traces, largely because of their need for sturdier habitations and also because&nbsp;the residues of their camps in the form of bones and tools are easier to locate archaeologically&nbsp;than sites in jungles or grasslands, where traces of human existence quickly disappear. Steppe&nbsp;society also left stronger evidence for burials. Among forest cultures, death was usually seen more&nbsp;informally, making it more difficult for archaeologists to access the inner workings of these early&nbsp;cultures. For that reason, anthropology, which studies living societies, can assist us just as much&nbsp;as archaeology in coming to terms with early human history. The First Societies that still exist&nbsp;today—some of which have already been mentioned—are, of course, only') AND id != 90171 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 06:16:13' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5