Antarctica

This penguin colony has fallen by 77% on Antarctic islands

The climate crisis is having adverse affects on penguins. Image: REUTERS

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch

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    A Chinstrap Penguin colony on Penguin Island. Image: This picture was taken in 2020 during the Antarctic leg of the Pole to Pole expedition under the Dutch permit number RWS-2019/40813.

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