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Scarlet Macaws are mostly located in Central America. They are active during the day and stay in trees overnight. Scarlet Macaws live in the tropics, it’s very warm and sometimes rains. They have many adaptations, but the most important one would be their beak, they could crush nuts, and they could pinch their predators. If humans keep cutting or burning down trees, their environment would have to change. While there won’t be any trees, there will be water and bushes so the Macaw can still survive in that environment. In order to live in water they would need to have bigger lungs so they could dive for food and stay in water, also they could change their feathers into scales. To live in the bushes they would need to be smaller so they could hide in bushes, a stronger beak to fight off predators, and better eyesight to spot predators.