How global warming affects penguins By: Ryan Bonner

The penguins live in Antarctica in the cold

Global warming is when the temperature in the climate rises

One reason that the penguins numbers are going down is the

rapid melting of sea ice

But the good news is only certain types of penguins numbers are going down because only certain types need the ice

the krill can not live without cold water and the penguins eat krill so they have nothing else to eat

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