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The Sea Wolf may adapt to the color around it, so that its fur might match the color of the water. The fur will get shorter if global warming keeps getting higher. Sea wolves may adapt so they have bigger and more visible webbing on their feet so it is easier for them to glide through the water. The eyes may change to develop a second layer on their eyes for protection, so if they are swimming it will protect their eyes from any harmful debris. They might either get gills or bigger lungs depending on how severe the water level will rise. If they don’t get gills, they will have larger lungs so that they can hold more air. I think they would work as a pack so that they can get more food and live longer.