Antarctica penguins: How too much ice triggered population decline

By November 23, 2022News, World News

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Scientists have revealed a 43% decline in a large Adélie penguin population off the east Antarctic coast over the past decade.
It’s believed several years of extensive ice near the penguin colony was the trigger – despite an overall reduction of ice around Antarctica.
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How too much ice triggered dramatic penguin decline. Video, 00:02:00
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