Poison dart frogs are animals that live in the forest floor of the rainforest. They live underneath logs, rocks and leaves. They get their poison from the food they eat such as ant, termites and fruit flies. Their vivid colors show the other animals that the frogs are poisonous. Right now, there is only one predator (snake) that is immune to its poison. Due to global warming, the forest fire causes degradation in rain forest. As a result, the food shortage will increase. So,1,000 years later we predict that the frog will lose its poison from a lack of food, so many animals will be immune to its poison. So, we think the poison dart frog will grow longer legs and arms to run faster and escape easily from the predators. Also, it will start changing its vivid color to help it blend in with its surroundings. That way it will be difficult to spot the poison dart frog. In conclusion we think that these adaptations will help the frog for better survival.
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