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Climate change can affect the rainforest in many different ways. It can harm many animals living in it like the jaguar. Jaguars are known as one of the biggest species of cat in the world. They are carnivorous and will eat just about any animal they can find. As far as we know jaguars seem comfortable and content living in the rainforest however, natural disasters such as climate change can ruin that. Today jaguars are threatened species that sooner or later can be at risk of endangerment. Since climate change can most likely raise the temperature, it can cause the jaguars to feel uncomfortable therefore forcing them out of their natural habitat to locate to a different one. This may make it impossible for them to adapt. Their fur could change color and they can lose some or most of their basic wild instincts, all due to climate change.