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The macaw has adaptations to help it survive in the wild. The macaw’s feathers are bright because it confuses predators. They are less tired when they fly because they don't flap their wings hard. Their tongues have bones in them so it is an effective tool to tap fruit off trees. If macaws cannot fly away from predators, they will bite them with their beak. In the future I predict that because of global warming, the rainforest will become a savanna. In the savanna the macaw will have different adaptations. They will become a darker color so they can camouflage. The macaw will eat bushes because in the savanna there are only bushes and shrubs. Their beak will be bigger to help it not overheat. The claws will be shorter and sharper to help it to have time to fly. The macaw will have bigger wings to fly faster.