The ocelots of Brazil live in a tropical rain forest. Over time, they will have to face many challenges due to climate change. If the Atlantic Ocean floods Brazil due to the rising sea level, ocelots will have to move and adapt.
Ocelots will need to adapt to flooding. They could grow wings to fly over the water if it surrounds them. If they don’t grow wings, they might drown or become isolated.
After thousands of years, the Amazon river will be flooded by the Atlantic Ocean. Ocelots need salt glands to drink the water, so they will probably adapt to have them.
Over thousands of years, the weather will warm. Ocelots should adapt to grow a thinner coat, to be cooler when the weather warms.
Ocelots will eventually be forced to adapt. If they grow wings, salt glands, and lighter fur, they can probably live in their new habitat.
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