Did you know the paradise tanager is a brilliantly multicolored, medium-sized songbird whose length is between 13.5 and 15 cm? They live in lowland, humid, tropical and subtropical forests, generally along the forest edge or in forest clearings. But climate change will make the rainforest desolate. If the rainforest turns dry, the paradise tanager will have to eat different food because the fruit that they now eat might no longer grow there. They might have to eat insects and fruit that grows in drier climates, such as date palms, mangos, guava, pomegranates, kei apples, and much more. The rainforest is colorful but if it dries out the colorful paradise tanager will not be camouflaged. They might lose their color and become more tough to survive. They may also migrate to a different climate that is moist so they won’t have to change
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