Are Penguins facing extinction? According to a report done in Feb 2020 by a team of four scientists from Stony Brook University, number of penguins declined by 58% in the last report in 1971.

There are now only 52000 breeding pairs of penguin on an Antarctic island. The decreasing number of penguins is suggesting the potential of them going into extinction.

Climate change and rising in temperatures are affecting the Antarctic food chains. As a result, the number of penguin has been falling sharply in the last 2 decades. The rate of them falling is an alarming concert to many.

What can we do to raise the awareness of climate change and rescue our wildlife?

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