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Scarlet Macaws live in tropical rainforests of South America. Their nests are found in hollow trees. But they are now decreasing in population due to poaching and habitat destruction. In the future, due to habitat destruction, scarlet macaws will make wetlands their homes. Over time they will change their body color, and what they eat to adapt. In the predicted future, they will live near water with light blue and grey body, so they can camouflage with their new surroundings. Their beak becomes long and pointed to feed on worms, insects, and fish. Their feet will become webbed feet that allow them to swim in the water. They will learn how to use imitation skills to attract smaller animals to eat and scare off their predators. They will also start living in small groups by creating nests to protect them from bad weather and predators.