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Scarlet macaws are found in the Central American and South American rainforests. They live in hollowed out areas in the tops of trees. They have powerful beaks to crack hard nuts and unripe fruits. Sometimes they eat clay to help digest the unripe fruit. In the future, the rainforest will become a savannah and scarlet macaws will have to change. They will not have long tail feathers, so nothing can grab them by their tails. Their color will also change. Instead of being bright and colorful, they will be brown and green, so they can blend in better with trees. They will live in a nest made of mud and grass up in the branches because there will be a lot less trees to live in. They will eat more bugs with their sharp pointed beak. They will also eat leaves, fruit, and berries if they find them.