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The current frog lives in the normal coastal rainforest of today, surrounded by rich greenery and nature. The frog looks normal, at least for our time. It has a slimy body, breathes air, lives on land, and eats flies with its long tongue. The frog of the future, however, is adapted to survive in conditions caused by global warming. Sea levels rise as global warming causes glaciers to melt. Due to this, a lot of coastal regions will be underwater in the future. One of these coastal regions would be this frog’s habitat. The frog now has to be able to fully survive underwater, so it will adapt gills in order to breathe underwater. Although current frogs can survive underwater, it's only for short periods. The frogs of the future will be able to stay underwater and live there freely.