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The German environment agency has commissioned a group of scientists to study penguin populations in Antarctica, amid concern for their future. Several penguin colonies have already vanished as the sea ice on which they rear their young disappears.

A rising death toll, millions of refugees, and a pending food crisis in many countries – Russia’s war in Ukraine is having a global impact.
A group of EU scientists say the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is larger than the continent itself . The discovery comes as the world marks the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
Burning fossil fuels threatens one of the last areas on Earth left unspoiled by extractive human industries.
A newly calved iceberg in Antarctica is larger than the size of the Spanish island of Majorca, making it the biggest berg currently afloat in the world.
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