The Green Anaconda is the largest snake in the world. Green Anacondas live in rainforests, they spend most of their day under the water waiting for prey. They mainly eat tapirs, capybaras, deer, fish, dogs, and reptiles. If climate change continues however, the rainforests will get dryer and receive less rain until it turns into a desert. After that many of the plants will die and most of the animals will move away, some may be able to adapt. Now if they were to adapt to their new environment, first of all they would get a lot smaller. The Anaconda's large body helps it swim better in water and move slower on land, but they wouldn’t need that trait anymore. Also they would lose their greenish tint, and change into a more brownish color to camouflage. They would also eat animals similar to what they ate in the rainforests before.
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