Emperor penguins declining, but how is climate change affecting other arctic species?
Emperor penguins living in Antarctica are under threat from ... Full-grown males are about two feet shorter than females, and weigh just 60 percent as much. They generally make their home on the ice floes of Antarctica, although they occasionally visit ...
Animals From Space: Polar Bears, Penguins Tracked Via Satellite
Emperors may be the largest penguins on Earth, but that isn't the only thing that makes them visible from space. In fact, the most conspicuous evidence of an emperor penguin ... which orbits much closer to Earth than most satellites do.
The (very) long march of the emperor penguin
Much less well-known, however, is an equally perilous journey that was concerned with science rather than empire. It was undertaken a year earlier as part of the same Antarctic expedition. In those days, it was thought that the emperor penguin, of which ...
Ancient penguin a towering specimen
The tallest and heaviest surviving arm of the species, the emperor penguin, averages about 1.1 metres tall and weighs slightly under 50 kg ... the climate was much warmer, host to an estimated 14 species of penguin.
Emperor Penguins Really Do March and That’s Good News for Their Survival
If true, this gives them a much better chance at being able to adapt to changing environmental conditions than scientists previously had considered them able to do. Up until this study, most researchers had assumed that emperor penguins were philopatric ...