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emperor penguin

an Antarctic penguin, Aptenodytes forsteri, with orange-yellow patches on the neck: the largest penguin, reaching a height of 1.3 m (4 ft.)
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Jenouvrier says that along the Antarctic Peninsula, which has been warming faster than the rest of the continent, sea ice cover is diminishing, and a once-flourishing emperor penguin colony has already disappeared.
The Ross Sea is likely to have been a shelter for emperor penguins for thousands of years during the last ice age, when much of the rest of Antarctica was uninhabitable due to the amount of ice.
For this reason, it's very hard to study emperor penguin colonies.
Gaining the embryo of the Emperor penguin was considered the scientific equivalent perhaps, of obtaining the Pole itself.
18 using a special incubator at Wakayama Adventure World, one of two facilities in Japan offering public viewing of emperor penguins, as the 14th emperor penguin there.
The Emperor penguin is the largest species of the distinctive waddling creature and can grow up to 1.
The story of the lost Emperor penguin that waddled up onto a New Zealand beach last week has captured the hearts and minds of world.
Emperor Penguins (All Aboard Science Reader Station Stop 2)
March of the Penguins follows a group of several thousand emperor penguins on their arduous journey of 70 miles to one of these special places.
The emperor penguin lives in the coldest and windiest spot on earth: Antarctica.
WASHINGTON -- Half to three-quarters of major Antarctic penguin colonies - including the iconic Emperor Penguin, which was made famous by the blockbuster hit March of the Penguins - will likely experience significant decline or disappearance as a result of climate change, according to a new report from World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
The player becomes a snowman to protect a castle from attacks by an emperor penguin army and repel them.