The Lost Emperors

The Lost Emperors

emperor-penguin
Emperor penguins. Photo source: ©© Sandwich

Excerpt from LiveScience

A small colony of emperor penguins on an island off the West Antarctic Peninsula is gone, and the most likely culprit is loss of sea ice caused by warming. Although it has been predicted that penguins could suffer greatly because of global warming, this is the first time the disappearance of a colony has been documented…

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