Only Three Populations of Emperor Penguins Survived Last Ice Age

Only three populations of emperor penguins (Aptenodytes forsteri) survived during the last Ice Age (19,500 – 16,000 years ago), and the Ross Sea was likely the refuge for one of these populations, says a team of genetic researchers led by Jane Younger, a PhD student from the Australian Institute for Marine and Antarctic Sciences. Emperor [...] —> Read More Here


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