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If the jungle in Madagascar becomes grassland, the Aye Aye, who lives in trees, will have to become a ground animal. It would prey on bugs and wouldn’t have quite so many plants to feed on, making it bigger because of the exercise it will take to hunt, and intake of so much protein. Its fur will become sparse due to hours in the sun and global warming, and it will turn grey and yellow-brown to blend in with the landscape and not attract the sunlight. The Aye Aye’s famous middle finger will become more unified with the rest of it’s hand so it can walk on the ground without tripping, as it does not have as many trees to search for larvae in. The Aye Aye will undergo many changes, but overall will still be incredibly unique.