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This is an African Forest Elephant. This elephant lives in the rainforest. They eat leaves, grass, seeds, fruit, and tree bark. These elephants usually live in groups of twenty. After a couple years of global warming, all of the elephant's food has either died or dried up, including seeds, grass, and fruit. There are still a couple of living trees which means that there is a little tree bark and leaves left. Which means the elephant has to adapt by standing on its back legs to reach the little leaves and bark that is left. After a few years after the elephant has adapted to standing on its back legs it seems like nothing to stand up to be able to reach a couple leaves. That is how global warming can affect African Forest Elephants!