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The tropical rainforest will be greatly affected by climate change in the upcoming thousands of years, and may not be the best fit for the jaguar in the future. A great alternative for jaguars to migrate to and continue thriving as a species is the savanna biome. The savanna is an open biome with easy access to wildlife and will overall not be as negatively affected by climate change as the tropical rainforest. In the savanna, a jaguar can have easy access to food, and water as although savannas do not get a large amount of rain, they have many rivers which can assure no one will be getting dehydrated. Jaguars can also find rather easy camouflage in these open fields due to the color of the grass and substance on the ground being similar to their color, making it simple to hunt and kill prey.