Do you agree that some animals are more adapted to live rather than human beings ?
My answer is both yes and no. Yes, a lot of animals would survive in conditions where human beings would not or could not. For example, if we were thrown without tools or shelter into an environment where we were completed naked, and with no way to obtain food or water, we wouldn't last long, whereas those camels in the picture would. We can't stand heat or cold as well as many species.
On the other hand, yes, if we had access to all, or even most of the things we need, such as those tools and shelter I mentioned, with access to food and drink we'd fare better than any animal on earth, I suspect. For we have the capacity to 'adapt' to our environment more than any other living creature. Well, as far as I know.
Yes, animals in the desert and in the sea are able to do so without any complains
Yes, many animals are much better adapted in multiple environments. The only wild environments humans will be able to survive and thrive is in a tropical climate zone or common grassland. But no matter what, humans will always need tools so we can only thrive in an environment that contains resources that can be manipulated into tools.
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