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Antarctica Penguin Disaster

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I'm guessing this Pacific forum is the best place for this article that appeared in Stuff NZ today, ,and Australia and NZ both have bases in Antarctica. Speaking personally, Antarctica has been at the top of my dream trip wish list for as long as I can remember (but trips are $$$). Just yesterday, I was saying to my husband that we should go soon, as the earth, ocean, and climate are changing so rapidly, not to mention the effects of overfishing. Then I read this today:
https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/97874564/just-two-baby-penguins-survive-disastrous-breeding-season-from-colony-of-36000-in-antarctica

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