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Climate change is one of the biggest issues that the world is facing today,. It is affecting all of us, including humans, animals, and plants. Like any other animal, there is no doubt that the toucans’ habitat will certainly be disturbed as well. For instance, sea-level rise, caused by climate change, is likely to destroy toucans’ natural habitat and force them to relocate along the sea. As a result, toucans will evolve to adapt to their new environment. Climate change will destroy food resources and toucans will look for a new food chain to survive. They will develop webbed feet and longer beaks. This will allow them to hunt for their prey more easily in water. Also, toucans will need sharper vision and larger wings in order to spot their prey from a long distance and fly faster, respectively.