Can someone please explain to me how should I answer this question. As I understand correctly, we cannot predict the survival of the fittest and bc we have randomly assigned traits, we act according to the environment. Right?
This is directly refuted by the existence of grasshoppers and pigs. It's a common misconception that humans are the "ultimate" product of evolution. We're not. All creatures that exist concurrently with us are just as evolved as we are because evolution is compared relatively to lineages and not between organisms living in the same time period. In addition to that there is your counterargument that evolution is inherently a random process at the molecular level so there is no guarantee that if we repeated the evolution of life on earth the end result would be the same.