The world’s largest colony of king penguins has mysteriously shrunk by almost 90% since the 1980s, researchers say. Recent satellite and aerial imagery of France’s remote island of Île aux Cochons reveals the kings population there has all but disappeared, Agence France-Presse reports. Only 200,000 birds remain in the colony, experts estimated in a new…

via The World’s Largest Colony of King Penguins Has Shrunk by Almost 90% — TIME

The World’s Largest Colony of King Penguins Has Shrunk by Almost 90% — TIME

Birds, Endangered Species, Penguins, Species Decline, Threatened Species, Wildlife, Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Protection

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