Penguins are dying from melting glaciers

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Colonies of penguins in the Antarctic are dying due to melting levels  of glaciers, says a study published by Phys.

Penguins are experiencing a difficult period since 2018 when they experienced a major meltdown, and their habitat is no longer considered very suitable. for living.

In addition to dying, there have also been more cases where they are finding it difficult to breed due to the water level. Entire colonies have been destroyed.

"If the ice melts too quickly, the birds risk dying and freezing," says the researchers' report.

A penguin can live up to 20 years.