The shark is one of the most known predators on the planet. The Americans even made a movie about sharks. (It’s called Jaws.)
Today, the shark has one large fin on its back and a fin on its rear. It also has fins on each side.
Some changes sharks might go through due to climate change and global warming include growing more fins on its back and legs. In the future, the shark would be able to breathe on land and in water! I predict these changes because global warming would likely heat up the ocean and cause sharks to adapt to this new weather.
5,000 years from now, I predict sharks would grow more fins to move more swiftly in the warmer water. 10,000 years from now, I think sharks will adapt again, growing legs to get out of the warmer water to find a cooler habitat and terrain.
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