These penguins could disappear by 2050 – Life

These penguins could disappear by 2050

With global warming, the ice melts and the hatchlings fall into the water and die. The danger is that Emperor Penguins will become extinct, putting Antarctica at risk.

Sitting down, without making any noise or sudden movements, Marcela watched the Emperor Penguins approach her little by little. The curiosity of the 1.20m tall and 40kg animals was such that they even tried to peck at his shoes. “Penguins are very peaceful, they don’t know how bad people do,” she tells SATURDAY the biologist and principal investigator of the Instituto Antártico Argentino.


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