2 new emperor penguin colonies spied

One of the new emperor penguin colonies observed by French researchers on Nov. 1.Researchers have finally found a long-sought colony of emperor penguins in eastern Antarctica, but they say it’s been split in two due to a glacier break. Moreover, a tally of the 6,000 chicks among these two populations suggests there are more emperor penguin parents in this part of the frozen continent than previously thought.

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