Penguin Colonies Are Shrinking in Antarctica Due to Climate Change
Gentoo penguins are part of a colony near Leopard Beach on Carcass Island, in the Falkland Islands archipelago. (Photographer: Michael Luongo/Bloomberg)

Penguin Colonies Are Shrinking in Antarctica Due to Climate Change

(Bloomberg) -- Chinstrap penguins are declining fast in Antarctica, and researchers are blaming climate change.
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