So I saw this post which claimed that:
*- “Our endurance, shock resistance, and ability to recover from injury is absurdly high compared to almost any other animal.”
- “Where a simple broken leg will cause most species to go into shock and die, we can recover from virtually any injury that’s not immediately fatal.”
- “We heal from injuries with extreme rapidity, recovering in weeks from wounds that would take others months or years to heal.”
- “Thanks to our extreme heartiness, we regard as routine medical procedures what most other species would regard as inventive forms of murder.”*
I haven’t been able to find anything that suggests that is or isn’t true.
Do humans actually posses a great/greater degree of shock resistance, regeneration and heartiness in comparison to other animals?