Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply

Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply

According to scientists traveling on two Greenpeace ships studying the impact of climate change, the number of chinstrap penguins, named after the narrow black band under their head, has fallen by as much as 77% since they were last surveyed in the 1970s. They blamed this decline on the climate change as global warming causes an increase in melting of the ice sheets around the South pole.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait
J. C.
J. C. 1 months

the damn scientists are to blame

Mutatis
Mutatis 1 months

Perhaps most of them migrated somewhere else, I mean a 50 year gap is quite a while between surveys.

front sight aim
front sight aim 1 months

when you're clueless about a definitive conclusion for the subject of your research, and your trust funds are running short, blame it on climate change, the current year's Deus ex machina. you'll pin everything on climate change, you render it meaningless.

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 1 months

if they don't taste good.... I don't care.

dan
dan 1 months

I thought if anything the ice is growing at our south pole?

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