Types of Tissues

Epithelial Tissue

Epithelial tissue is flat and therefore well suited to his job of covering services, both internal and external.
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Connective Tissue

Connective tissue is often stringy and able to stretch and move when it needs to, making it well-suited for holding things together.
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Muscle Tissue

Muscle tissue is able to use energy effectively and move things, making it well suited to its job of moving the body unit.
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Nervous Tissue

Nervous tissue has branches that connect it to all the systems throughout the body. This connection to everything makes it ideal for gathering and transporting information all throughout the body.
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Which is best suited for its job?

I'd have to say that nervous tissue is best suited for its job. It has many branches all connect to each other and to all other parts of the body that it needs to monitor, collect information from, and send information to. This makes it a nearly perfect system for its job.