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The Poison Dart Frogs’ adaptations help it survive now and in the future. They live in Central and South America tropical rainforests. They hunt ants and termites by sticking out their long and sticky tongue. The Poison Dart Frog protects itself from predators by using their poisonous color changing skin to tell the predators that it is poisonous and not to eat them. In the future, temperatures will rise because of climate change where the Poison Dart Frogs lives. They will grow longer and stronger legs, to catch flying ants that are flying away. They will also grow a sack on their belly to save water. Last, to camouflage with the dark wood and dead grass, the bright colors in their skin will fade away and turn a mossy brown color. These adaptations will help the Poison Dart Frog survive because of the rising heat in the future.