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Most toucans reside in South and Central America in the canopy layer of the rainforest. As climate change poses multiple deavatsing issues, toucans will adapt to changes. As a result of climate change, most rainfall will stop causing severe droughts and an increase in floods. Toucans will start to feed on water reliant organisms because of the gradual increase in water due to the floods. Making their beaks longer will allow a higher range of organisms to eat because their beaks will stretch longer into the water. A shorter tail will allow them to move more swiftly amongst their habitats and longer feet will let them grip onto whatever is left of tree branches to live/rest on. Their eyes may become bigger to allow more sunlight through their eyes to see the water more clearly and their feathers will turn bluish inorder to camouflage to the water.