The killing of penguins

By: Crystal Rojas

Climate change

Penguins in South America and Antarctica are struggling to cope with extreme environmental conditions linked to climate change, research has shown.

Two separate studies have been published which scientists say are evidence of the increasing plight felt by the animals as a direct result of global warming.

According to one of the projects, climate change is killing off chicks from the world's biggest colony of Magellanic penguins in Argentina.

How many penguins die a year from global warming?

more then 2 thousand penguins die yearly from global warming

what does the spanish specking world have to do with the killing of penguins?

through out several years Argentina has built mines on the island of Falkland and on that island also penguins the heat and oil of the mines from time to time kill more then 100 penguins