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In this picture, I have drawn a harpy eagle right now (left side) and the same animal a few years after the effects of climate change (right side). In the right picture, I put the harpy eagle higher up on the tree branches, signifying that the sea levels have risen, making finding habitats harder. The land around the tree used to be a hill range, but has gone underwater, and has turned into a small island. I also removed some of the feathers and made the bird skinnier, which also signifies that the eagle has adapted to the new temperatures and environment that have been hotter and humid. It also has a shorter wingspan, which the eagle adapted to chase prey easier.