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Science Nation – Emperor Penguin Populations in Antarctica and Climate Change

Science Nation – Emperor Penguin Populations in Antarctica and Climate Change

You might call them the ‘poster children’ of Antarctica. Penguins have long topped the charts as the iconic animal of the frozen continent.

But now, a new study indicates melting sea ice, caused by climate change, may soon wreak havoc on one colony of emperor penguins – and that could spell doom for a large swath of the entire species.

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Funny Talking Penguins

Funny Talking Penguins

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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