New here. I'm YourOl' UncleEarl. Anyway, this has been on my mind for a while now. When animals face pressures in their environment, they either adapt or die. One of those pressures is hunting (or predation) from predators. Humans have become the most dangerous predator on the planet. As predator and prey are locked in an arms race for survival, the prey develop defense mechanisms and strategies to avoid becoming lunch. Humans don't just kill for food, we also kill for fun. We have put pressures on just about every animal known, especially endangered species. He even hunt apex predators. So why is it that despite the pressure from humans, animals seem incapable of developing an effective defense to fool, scare, fend off, and kill humans or even, as far fetched as it may seem, cancel out our technological advantage? Is it that they don't have enough time, as evolution takes hundreds of thousands or even millions of years? Or is it something else entirely?