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Scientists Studying Global Warming Effect on Penguins

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Scientists Studying Global Warming Effect on Penguins

Scientists Studying Global Warming Effect on Penguins

Scientists Studying Global Warming Effect on Penguins

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A giant glacier in Antarctica has shifted and is currently blocking the entrance to a major sound. Penguins in the area now have to walk over 40 miles to get to their feeding grounds. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Peter Wilson, a scientist from New Zealand, about how the penguins are dealing with the change.