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Climate change winners and losers

June 12, 2014

a chinstrap penguin A group of scientists has traced the genetics of modern penguin populations back to their early ancestors from the last ice age to better understand how three Antarctic penguin species--gentoo, Adelie and chinstrap penguins--fared in response to past climate change. Full Story

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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