I picked the red eyed tree frog. The current habitat of the red eyed tree frog is the lowland rainforest of Mexico. My habitat change is the rainforest went under water because of the rising water along the coast lines. Another reason is because it would be interesting to be able to see the frogs adapt to the ocean. The predators would be seabirds and large fish. The tree frog adapted to eat small fish but they still eat bugs that fly above the water. Some more of the adaptations are getting thick skin to filter the salt water, dimer color to blend in with the fish and getting webbing in between their feet.
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