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Right now the jaguar is near endanged, and the population is decreasing plus they are losing their home to climate change. The trees are being cut down and the warmer temperatures don’t help either. This means their habitat will be much smaller as the years go on, for this reason I predict they might have to stop living in the cut down trees and go underground. If they would live underground they would get bigger claws to dig their underground homes and get darker to blend in with the dark holes, they would pounce their prey and jump out of the hole! They would have better hearing so they can hear on the surface when they’re in the hole, but they are slower, instead of 45 miles an hour it would be 35, since they don’t chase prey, they pounce on them.