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Poison dart frogs are lethal amphibians that live in the rainforest. Their exuberant colors tell predators that they are poisonous and to stay away for their safety. Unfortunately, seven billion trees are cut down each year. This can lead to loss of habitat. As a result, animals will need to find new homes and food. If this type of environmental behavior continues in the future, the frog will become more endangered due to the lack of food, causing a lack of poison in the frog’s system. Therefore, in the future, poison dart frogs will have larger eyes for better eyesight, longer limbs to jump higher and faster, and stickier toes to hang on to branches and leaves. This will help the frogs escape in a time of need. In conclusion, better eyesight and maneuverability will help the poison dart frogs survive their new environment.