Grossman, Daniel
September 2007
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;9/13/2007, Issue 924, p3
This article reports on the near extinction of the Adelies penguin population, according to ecologist William Fraser. He notes that the penguin population has declined by 80% since 1974. He also expects that these birds will be extinct in 8 years. He cites global warming as one of the reasons for this decline.


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