Animal State Of Being

Animal state of being is determined by any homeokinetic response the environment requires and the extent to which the animal is coping.

When readily adapting, the animal is well. When having some difficulty, it is fair. When frankly unable to cope, it is ill. In reality, environments that make animals fair or ill are not uncommon. But it is our moral responsibility to minimize such occasions and correct them to the extent possible.

An environmental adaptation refers to any behavioral, functional, immune, or structural trait that favors an animal's fitness its ability to survive and reproduce under given (especially adverse) conditions. When an animal successfully keeps or regains control of its bodily integrity and psychic stability, it is said to have coped.

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