Are the Antarctic's Emperor penguins disappearing?

Conservation experts at the British Antarctic Survey say that normally around eight percent of the world population of emperor penguins breeds in Halley Bay.

A recent study found that in 2016 and 2017, there was no breeding in Halley Bay and last year there was only a little.

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