Emperor Penguins’ population is larger than we thought

Great news! Satellite observations have found new Emperor penguin breeding sites in the Antarctic.

The discovery lifts the global Emperor population by 5-10%, to as many as 278,500 breeding pairs per estimates.

This is a good news because the penguins whole life cycle depends on the availability of sea-ice, this could reduce drastically in the years ahead with climate change.

Climate change and global warming are putting a lot of pressure on wildlife around the globe, and it is our responsibility to stop this.

Through our daily actions, we can reduce our carbon footprint. Think twice before travelling by plane or car, eat less meat, compost your organic waste, there are hundreds of things we can do.

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Author: easyecotips

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