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Ring-tailed lemurs live on the southern tip of Madagascar, in arid spiny bush and arid woodland forest. These areas have an elevation of less than 300-600. They eat figs,bananas, fruit, bark, and sap. They have tails to help them with balance on the trees to get food. They bite with their molars while tipping their heads back. In the future, Madagascar will have more invasive species so they would have adapted to eat those species. Sea levels will rise so they will need to migrate and eat different foods. Deforestation will cause their food to die. Instead of eating fruits on trees, they would eat small animals and grass. They would need flat front teeth to eat grasses and sharp canine teeth to eat animals. They will have a thicker coat for the colder temperatures and a brown coat to blend with the ground.