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Jaguars have many adaptations that help them survive in the wild. Their fur helps them blend into the environment. Their long tails help them balance. They have retractable claws which makes it easier to climb and catch it’s prey. They have learned to take down their prey with one strong bite to the back of their prey’s skull. These are the adaptations the jaguars would get to survive in their habitat if it were to flood and stay flooded. The jaguars would have longer claws and fingers, so they could catch their prey and still climb trees. They would get webbed feet and a flatter tail, which makes it easier to swim. The jaguars would also get different camouflage, bigger lungs, two coats of fur, and proactive eyelids. With these adaptations the jaguars would be able to survive perfectly in it’s new habitat.