Adelie penguins in the Cape Royds colony, on Ross Island, Antarctica. Adelie and emperor penguins rely on the ice of Antarctica to survive, and continued warming of the globe has put these animals at direct risk.
Adelie penguins in the Cape Royds colony, on Ross Island, Antarctica. Adelie and emperor penguins rely on the ice of Antarctica to survive, and continued warming of the globe has put these animals at direct risk. ANDY ISAACSON The New York Times
Adelie penguins in the Cape Royds colony, on Ross Island, Antarctica. Adelie and emperor penguins rely on the ice of Antarctica to survive, and continued warming of the globe has put these animals at direct risk. ANDY ISAACSON The New York Times

Only 2 baby penguins survived out of a colony of 36,000. All the other chicks starved

October 13, 2017 04:32 PM

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    Klaus Schwab, founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, said he hopes President Donald Trump's planned visit to a gathering of world decision-makers and elites in Davos, Switzerland will "provide him even better with a global perspective."