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In the first picture, we have the present habitat of the Capybara and its appearance. In the picture, the capybara is next to water, which they mostly live in. Water is a source of life for the capybara, as they eat water plants and use the water to escape from danger. Capybaras mostly live in South America and are giant rodents. They spend their time resting under trees. For the capybara, its future habitat would be a dry savanna-type environment. This is because, in the future, climate change will change water levels. This will cause the capybara to miniaturize in order to need less water and food to sustain itself. The capybara diet will change too, as the water plants they eat to survive will be less abundant. Their stomachs will be able to digest more hardy plants that can survive in the harsher climates of the future.