I always hear this on ecology documentaries and read it online, and I was wondering how true it actually is. Maybe we have no claws, small jaws and teeth that aren't as sharp as some other animals, maybe we can't run as fast, but I can produce at least 25 pretty hard punches in 10 seconds, and most predatory animals seem to have a nose similar to a dog's(and dogs noses are very vulnerable). I can swim and scurry up a tree pretty fast as long as there are branches within jumping distance of each other. I can hold things and pick up a rock and throw it fairly accurately. I can communicate with other people. I can pivot, which I haven't seen many animals do, and I'm much more flexible(and can move in more different ways) than most mammals. I can see and hear pretty well, I'm good at hiding. I can stand on two legs and duck. I can figure things out quickly and formulate elaborate plans. Taking all this into account, I can't think of a way that I'd go about killing a deer without any tools, and the only animal that I've ever had to fight is a dog, so I'm not sure how I'd match up against most animals. The biggest dog I've ever had to fight looked about 100lbs., but I'm pretty sure that I could take a dog my size(50 lbs. heavier) with a few well-placed nose punches or throat kicks. What do you guys think? Is it fair to say that a humans are the most ill-equipped to survive in the wilderness? Even if they were primarilly vegetarian/scavengers?