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The jaguar as we know it today is an incredibly fast animal, reaching speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. They are apex predators, preying on everything from fish to monkeys. They live in rainforests and are able to easily catch and eat their prey, allowing their species to flourish. After one thousand years, however, the Jaguar will have changed tremendously from the one covered above. This new Jaguar will still be able to move up to 50 miles per hour, however, this will not be on land. Adapting to its new environment, his new Jaguar will move at such speeds in water, as the tropical rainforests it once hunted in have become a hot marsh. This would allow it to hunt the creatures who now inhabit these marshes, which would be mostly fish and amphibians. With these adjustments, it sits at the top of this new food chain.