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The Red-Eyed Sea Frog is my interpretation of what a future red-eyed tree frog would look like and where its habitat would be. Over time, the rainforests of South America, for example, the Amazon, would have succumbed to rising sea levels and been under the ocean. In order to adapt to these environmental changes, the frogs would develop increased webbing between the feet and limbs aiding in floatation and swimming. The frog would also stop getting rid of their gills after they're tadpoles, staying fully aquatic. In order to avoid getting eaten and drawing attention to themselves, the bright greens, blues, and oranges of the frogs over time would become more muted.