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Green Anacondas are a sizable species of snake that are semiaquatic. This species is normally located within warmer more humid locations, such as rainforests. They utilize their size, camouflage, and ability to travel in water to obtain food, and maintain their populations. As climate change continues to persist and contribute to the detriment of the anacondas habitat, adaptations are necessary to keep an ecosystem thriving. Deforestation continues to take place, and green anacondas are experiencing a loss in possible prey as well as natural areas to aid their camouflage. As a way to combat this, the green anaconda must adapt. This might start with a change in coloration and scale shapes to match the new habitat or biome they find themselves in. They might also adapt through a change in mobility, such as improvements in their ability to travel on land. This might be portrayed through a slimmer build.