Jaguars live near rivers, swamps and dense rainforests with dense trees used for stalking and hunting their prey. Jaguars live in the rainforests. But what would happen if the rainforest disappeared?
In 2160 the jaguar's habitat may be reduced to no trees, and dried out swamps and rivers. They will have to adapt to not having a lot of animals to hunt and not being able to find water, they will also have to get used to hotter temperatures. Jaguars may have to become smaller and adapt to hunting and eating birds. They will not be able to get into rivers and hunt fish. They will need to not have as much hair and be super fast to catch their limited amount of prey. Jaguars will have no trees to hide in to stalk their prey and hide from predators such as the Anaconda.
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