why is dependence of man on nature greater than that of any other organism.
Asked by akshii | 21st Dec, 2008, 08:53: AM
Other organisms use nature to satisfy only their basic needs of food and shelter. They do not store anything for future use. They consume only what is needed by them at the present time without misusing nature for lavish uses.
On the other hand, humans use nature for various purposes in addition to satisfying their food and shelter needs. The development of man is carried out at the expense of nature. In addition, we also exploit nature to a much higher extent in order to make our lives much easier. We also deplete many of the existing natural resources without replenishing them. Apart from using nature, we pollute the natural resources to a great extent.
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2008, 10:19: PM
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