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Emperor Penguins breeding on ice shelves

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A new study of four Antarctic emperor penguin colonies suggest that unexpected breeding behaviour may be a sign that the birds are adapting to environmental change.
 
Analysis of satellite observations reveals that penguin colonies moved from their traditional breeding grounds during years when the thin layer of ice (sea ice) formed later than usual to the much thicker floating ice shelves that surround the continent.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2014-01-emperor-penguins-ice-shelves.html#jCp


 
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