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The first image, of a poison dart frog, shows the present way of how it thrives in the rainforest, which is its current habitat. As shown, it has a small body and less features. The second image introduces the poison dart frog in its depicted habitat, 1000 years in the future. Due to climate change, the rainforest has become a savannah. In order for the poison dart frog to thrive in its new habitat, it adapted. This new poison dart frog has grown a tail for grasping trees and more, and it also acts as a new defense mechanism. It also has teeth, since it now needs to eat larger animals in the savannah. Lastly, the poison dart frog now has grown longer limbs to run long-distance across the savannah, as well as climb. So, in conclusion, these adaptations will help this poison dart frog survive in its new habitat.