Highly incorrect. When humans came into the world it was a truly horrifying place, filled with innumerable giant predators that thought we were tasty and tons of things that loved to parasitically snack on us.
Have you heard of screwflies, for instance? They like laying eggs on live creatures and unlike normal maggots like eating live flesh. People infested with them become a writing mass of pain as the swarm devours them alive. These are real, we wiped them out in some parts of the world. They still remain in others. I highly advise that you do NOT look up screwflies.
On the larger scale there were once birds that ate humans like Haast's Eagle. Birds large enough to actually swoop down, catch a human and carry them off to eat them. They thought we were tasty. We wiped them out.
Wolves, saltwater crocodiles, lions and sabertoothed tigers ate people early in our history; we've managed to kill off the most aggressive of them and completely wipe them out in many areas. Indeed, had we not put the brakes on it we WOULD have wiped them out totally.
There were also dire wolves and cave hyenas which were likely to have preyed upon humans. In the case of Cave Hyenas it's all but certain they did, we have plenty of evidence for it. Those species no longer exist.
Then you have monsters like Megalania which is an ancestor of the Komodo Dragon. It was huge, it ate people, and its bite was poisonous. It was an ambush predator. Guess what doesn't exist today? Oh yeah, the closest thing to actual dragons to once exist and eat people.
Humans have wiped out every large predator species that preys exclusively or primarily on humans, and we've made massive inroads into killing off human parasites such as botflies and even illnesses such as Smallpox.
We are not something you want to try to eat. The things that have tried are scary as shit and they did not survive the attempt.