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The Golden Poison Dart Frog, which lives in the rain forests of Columbia, has four toes on each foot with sticky padding that helps them not fall off leaves or other plants. When they are under attack, they have a secret weapon. They don't need camouflage because of this deadly poison that the frog creates. The golden poison dart frog will need to adapt to the rising sea levels. Columbia is on the coast, so the sea will get higher and higher, and eventually hit the rain forests. The first way the frog will adapt is they will keep their tail all of their life to steer in the water. They will also have gills to breathe in the water. Finally, they will get webbed feet to propel in water. All in all, the golden poison dart frog will adapt to harsh climate change.