4. Which of the following statements about the Late Pleistocene Paleo-Indians in Pennsylvania

4. Which of the following statements about the Late Pleistocene Paleo-Indians in Pennsylvania is true?
O Paleo-Indians lived on boats in the middle of Pennsylvania’s rivers but moved often depending on the amount of fish they could catch.
Paleo-Indians did not set up permanent camps because they had to travel in order to survive.
Paleo-Indians set up permanent camps in caves so that they could hide from the many animals in the area.
Because of the intense cold, Paleo-Indians had to be around one big fire at all times. The Paleo-Indians formed communities around this giant blaze.