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Saolas are rare to find in the dense rainforest. In the future, the earth will be hot, dry, and the ice sheets will melt. Saolas have not been researched yet, are critically endangered, rarely sighted, and a cousin to wild cattle. Therefore, Saolas will adapt to the climate by conserving body heat through seeking shade as well as evaporative heat loss by panting and sweating. In the future, saolas will migrate to the ocean for water and will expand their wider variety of plants, seeds, fruits, and berries. The horns are used for protection and self-defense. Saolas camouflage themselves so that humans cannot hunt them for their horns or try to move them to captivity. Unfortunately, there are between a dozen and 750 saolas left and I predict that they will not survive climate change.