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#Repost @natgeo with @repostapp.・・・Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo while #onassignment in the Ross Sea for a story on Emperor Penguins.  A young emperor chick gets acquainted with its polar surroundings while both parents look on with great curiosi

#Repost @natgeo with @repostapp.・・・Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo while #onassignment in the Ross Sea for a story on Emperor Penguins. A young emperor chick gets acquainted with its polar surroundings while both parents look on with great curiosi

YOU GO FIRST...and a group of penguins stand on the edge of a high iceberg in Antarctica.  Picture: Paul Goldstein/Exodus / Rex Features

YOU GO FIRST...and a group of penguins stand on the edge of a high iceberg in Antarctica. Picture: Paul Goldstein/Exodus / Rex Features

January 20 is Penguin Awareness Day and what better time to celebrate these amazing birds. Penguins delight and charm nature lovers of all ages. But, many penguin species face serious threats from climate change to habitat destruction to illegal egg harvesting. Here, you'll meet 16 penguin species and learn about some of the serious threats they face.

January 20 is Penguin Awareness Day and what better time to celebrate these amazing birds. Penguins delight and charm nature lovers of all ages. But, many penguin species face serious threats from climate change to habitat destruction to illegal egg harvesting. Here, you'll meet 16 penguin species and learn about some of the serious threats they face.

A penguin stands on an ice formation above a pool of meltwater in Antarctica - I felt kind of like this today.

A penguin stands on an ice formation above a pool of meltwater in Antarctica - I felt kind of like this today.

A king penguin looks into the viewfinder of a camera in Antarctica by David C Schulz, telgraph.co.uk #Penguin #Antarctica #David_C_Schulz

A king penguin looks into the viewfinder of a camera in Antarctica by David C Schulz, telgraph.co.uk #Penguin #Antarctica #David_C_Schulz

‘40% of all people unaware of climate change’ A new study shows that an estimated four out of 10 people in the world have never heard of ‘climate change’, amid persistent and far-reaching problems attributed to global warming. A report from Nature Climate Change revealed that most developed countries usually have greater knowledge of climate change. However, this does not necessarily imply a greater perception of risk in these countries.

‘40% of all people unaware of climate change’ A new study shows that an estimated four out of 10 people in the world have never heard of ‘climate change’, amid persistent and far-reaching problems attributed to global warming. A report from Nature Climate Change revealed that most developed countries usually have greater knowledge of climate change. However, this does not necessarily imply a greater perception of risk in these countries.

"Where Will We Go Now? You can make a difference in protecting the Arctic by declaring it a global sanctuary" by Voranouth for Greenpeace - "In the past 30 years, the Arctic has lost 35% of its sea ice. As the ice melts, companies are moving forward to exploit natural resources and potentially harm the already endangered environment." #SaveTheArctic

"Where Will We Go Now? You can make a difference in protecting the Arctic by declaring it a global sanctuary" by Voranouth for Greenpeace - "In the past 30 years, the Arctic has lost 35% of its sea ice. As the ice melts, companies are moving forward to exploit natural resources and potentially harm the already endangered environment." #SaveTheArctic

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