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98% of emperor penguin colonies could be extinct by 2100 as ice melts -- can Endangered Species Act protection help them?

By Stephanie Jenouvrier, Associate Scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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Emperor penguins survive in a ‘Goldilocks zone’ between too much sea ice and too little. A new study shows the risk they face from climate change.

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