To begin, the animal I chose is a Tree Frog. In the future, costal rainforests could potentially be completely submerged in water. There is only 1 way for Tree Frogs to adapt to this. Tree Frogs are born with gills. Later in their life they will grow lungs and no longer have gills. To survive under water, these frogs need to keep their gills throughout their life. Lastly, Tree Frogs will need to have food to eat. Normally Tree frogs eat flies, crickets, beetles, and ants. But, since they will be under water, they need to find another food source. They will most likely feast on eggs of smaller fish, or underwater algae growing on rocks and other surfaces.
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