Then it should be called the theory of adaption and not evolution. They ARE two different things. (I've also noticed that over your past several posts you really like to use the "synonymous") To adapt is when an animal, non-native to the area, moves into an area that is normally unsuitable for it. To evolve is when an animal, or organism to be more specific yet more generalized at the same time, changes over time. Not necessarily to survive, but to change morphologically or through the immune system.
No, it shouldn't. Adaptation is not all that is evolution. There is much more to it than that. There are mutations and abiogenesis to talk about, just to name a few. Mircro-evolution does not equal all of evolution. Pick up a book and read about it some time. (Btw, I believe I've only uses the word "synonymous" twice, with this counting as one of them... And? Oh noesch! A word!)
And again, NO. That is only a PART of adaptation. Adaptation has a few different variances. Please, please, please, PLEASE pick up a book and read about it. I readlly don't have the time to explain the difference.