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The Giant Otter is one of the thirteen different species of otter. The Giant Otter lives in the rivers and creeks of the Amazon river systems. Also, they swim by propelling themselves using their tails and long bodies. The Giant otter's diet consists of catfish, crabs, and more. They are social animals and typically live in groups of up to eight members. In the future, the Giant Lotter will need to adapt to the new environment since the Amazon will dry up. First, they will have unwebbed feet so it has better movement on land. They will also use this to burrow underground. Also, to assist them with burrowing they will have a longer tail to maintain their balance. In addition, they will have much lighter and thinner fur so they don't overheat. The Giant Lotter will have these adaptations to survive due to global warming and climate change.