The scarlet macaw is a tropical bird species native to the humid evergreen forests of tropical Central and South America. Today the scarlet macaw has a flat top head, a round beak, and lots of colorful and fluffy feathers, but I think that in a thousand years or more the scarlet macaw would have a rounder head, a flatter beak, and less colorful and fluffy feathers, like a parakeet. You might be wondering why I'm thinking all of this. In a thousand years or so the earth wont be the same as it is today, obviously. The earth would most likely be warmer due to global warming and climate change, humans may even have gone extinct, this would cause a lot of animals to evolve a bit, so the scarlet macaw would need new ways to adapt to the environment, like temperature change and a new source of food.
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