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In the first photo it shows wild boar living in their beautiful natural habitat not greatly affected by global warming yet. Grazing looking for bugs and bird eggs in the early morning. Staying safe from any lynx or big cats they see. It is easy to escape from these big cats because boar are fast and small. They love their current beautiful habitat with birds fluttering and big cats lurking. The next drawing shows that same habitat thousands of years later. Their once beautiful habitat is now a harsh warm desert. Boar now burrow so other animals can not get to them and so the sun doesn't always beat down on them; they have adapted to eat succulents. They are also nocturnal so they don't have to do work in the heat of the desert sun. These animals have had many adaptations and changes to be the perfect desert animals.