How does human endurance compare to animals'?
The athletically active human being stores additional energy in their butts (not kidding) that other animals proportionately cannot. While an animal built to run at greater speeds can successfully get away from a human being with limited acceleration, a human being as an experienced hunter and athlete can track them while running themselves and use that additional stored energy to catch up to the eventually exhausted and helpless animal.
This is why human beings have survived even through periods of unsuccessful gathering. They hunted using superior intelligence for tracking and superior energy storage for endurance. Hunger makes a hunter able to psychologically endure the pain of running for much longer, too. The human mind is truly over matter when driven past its limits to survive despite the fact that the human body has more nerve endings and feels more pain than other animals.