The red eye tree frog is one the most well-known creatures throughout the rainforest. Throughout history they have been known to physically adapt to various types of environments. The red eye treefrog today has adapted to being hunted by birds and other predator. They can leap by up to 20 times their own body length. In 1000 years from now I can see the red eye tree frog able to glide. This being that over time to escape their predator, they develop flaps, sort of like a flying squirrel. This can help them also protect themselves as they can use their flaps to cover themselves and stay more hidden. I believe that the newly developed flaps will keep them better protected in very warm climates as well as very cold climates. Imagine if they could jump/glide up to 50 times their own body length?
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