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The archerfish shoots water at bugs, dropping them into water. They have a dorsal fin to help them swim. They’re 5-7 inches. They contract their gills to spit. They hunt in small schools. In the future, the rainforest might lose water, not leaving much. The archerfish might shrink to fit more into less water. They could need less water to shoot down prey. With smaller bodies, they wouldn’t need as much energy, so they would have more food to go around.