The green-eyed tree frog is an iconic animal from the rainforest but like many species in the rainforest, they are in danger from human actions. With humans producing extreme amounts of CO2 and cutting down portions of the rainforest it puts this lovely animal at risk. The first image is the tree frog in its current habitat where it is how we know it. Colorful so it can blend in with its surroundings, and has long legs so it can jump from leaf to leaf. In the near future (next 100 years or so) the rainforest will be dead and the animal (if it survives) will have to adapt to its climate. We presume that it will have to change its colors to resist the heat but also be able to camouflage with the rest of the area to ensure survival from predators.
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