I chose Sifaka lemurs because they look interesting and I think they could survive through climate change. They spend most of their time on trees in the lush green forests of Madagascar eating flowers, fruit, and tree bark.
In the first adaptation, lemurs change the color of their fur to lighter tones to reflect heat and stay cool in a hotter environment caused by climate change. They are forced to live on the ground since most of the forests are burnt down and the rising sea level forced them to move up the mountain.
In the second adaptation, Antarctica melts away and Madagascar is submerged entirely underwater. Lemurs learn to swim and start eating kelp and other edible sea plants. They also develop thin sheets of skin under their arms and tiny gills on their nose. This helps them to swim faster and breathe underwater.
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