Scientists spot 2 groups of emperor penguins in eastern Antarctica

11/20/2012 | Washington Post, The

French scientists found two groups of elusive emperor penguins near the Mertz Glacier in eastern Antarctica. They believe that the groups belonged to the colony identified in a British survey in 2009 and were separated when a huge glacier broke off in 2010. A tally of 2,000 baby penguins in one population and 4,000 in another suggests there are more parents in the area than previously thought.

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