30 Jun '16, 2pm

Climate Change to Devastate Adélie Penguin Population in Antarctica by Up to 60%

Climate Change to Devastate Adélie Penguin Population in Antarctica by Up to 60%

At least 60 percent of Antarctica’s Adélie penguin population could be wiped out by the end of this century due to climate change , new research shows. Colonies of Adélie penguins, which are only found in Antarctica, have been steadily declining since the 1980s parts of Antarctic that are warming, unable to raise chicks because of rising sea surface temperatures and reduced food supply.

Full article: http://ecowatch.com/2016/06/30/climate-change-penguins/

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