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Scientists have said that changes in average climatic conditions combined with the increasing frequency of unpredictable, extreme weather events may disrupt scientific predictions of the future penguin populations.
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Penguins waddled into the book of life around 20 million years ago and diversified thanks to global cooling which opened up Antarctica for habitation, a study said on Wednesday.
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Emperor penguins keep their body`s surface temperature lower than the surrounding air -- in an unusual phenomenon termed as `cold coat` -- to cope with the harsh conditions of the Antarctic, scientists say.
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Researchers tracking the behaviour of emperor penguins have found fresh reason to be worried about global warming -- emperor penguins use sea ice to rest as they forage.
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A new study has revealed Magellanic penguins as among the most faithful lovers in the animal kingdom.
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Emperor penguins rocket through water by releasing air from their feathers in the form of tiny bubbles, a new study has found.
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Rapid sea ice melting in Antarctica threatens the lives of Emperor penguins, and if global temperatures continue to rise, the largest sea birds may eventually disappear, a new study has claimed.
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New Zealand scientists are preparing a study to solve one of nature`s great mysteries, the disappearance of a rapidly dwindling breed of penguin.
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Scientists counting emperor penguins from space have found twice as many of the birds in Antarctica as expected.
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King penguin colonies have rallied from the brink of extinction and are well on the way to recovery.
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Actor Jim Carrey, who loves to paint in his free time, is working on a 16 feet tall and 12 feet wide canvas and says one of his art work will be seen in his new film "Mr. Popper`s Penguins".
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