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Emperor penguins may have suffered in ice age cold: study

emperor penguins may have suffered in ice age cold: studySydney (AFP) March 2, 2015 They prefer freezing conditions but Antarctica's emperor penguins may have struggled with the cold during the last Ice Age when temperatures cooled, a study suggested..
Terra Daily 1 day ago

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Only three lucky groups of emperor penguins survived the last ice age

A new genetic analysis of emperor penguins suggests that even the kings of the cold can get too chilly for their own good.
The Age 2 days agoAlso reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldnewKerala.comZee NewsWorldNewsDNASifyScience Daily

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News video: Oceans Played Big Part in Ending Ice Age, Scientists Say

Oceans Played Big Part in Ending Ice Age, Scientists Say 01:24

Scientists found evidence that a major release of carbon from the ocean into the atmosphere may have helped end the last ice age.
Source: Newsy - 3 weeks ago

News video: Few Emperor Penguin Populations Believed To Have Survived Last Ice Age

Few Emperor Penguin Populations Believed To Have Survived Last Ice Age 01:07

Based on some recent findings, it turns out the last ice age was so frigid, even emperor penguins had a tough time surviving it.
Source: GeoBeats - 1 day ago

News video: Did Ocean's Big Burps End Last Ice Age?

Did Ocean's Big Burps End Last Ice Age? 00:40

Scientists reported today that a massive outpouring of carbon dioxide from the deep ocean may have helped end the last ice age. There is strong evidence that changes in Earth's orbit set the pace of..
Source: Wochit News - 3 weeks ago

News video: Carbon Dioxide Released by the Ocean Thousands of Years Ago May Have Ended the Ice Age

Carbon Dioxide Released by the Ocean Thousands of Years Ago May Have Ended the Ice Age 00:55

For story suggestions please contact tips@nma.com.tw Recent research conducted by the University of Southampton and published in Nature magazine suggests that carbon dioxide released from the ocean..
Source: Reuters - Next Media - 1 week ago

News video: New Residents: Dolphins Swam Into Mediterranean 18,000 Years Ago

New Residents: Dolphins Swam Into Mediterranean 18,000 Years Ago 00:32

Bottlenose dolphins moved into the Mediterranean, once too salty to harbor much marine life, at the end of the last ice age about 18,000 years ago, a new study finds.One of the study's researchers and..
Source: Wochit News - 2 weeks ago

 
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Where penguins hid during the last Ice Age

*Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online* You might think of emperor penguins as hardy little birds, capable of handling the most unforgiving temperatures – but a new study shows that..
redOrbit 2 days agoAlso reported by •Sify
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Cold-loving emperor penguins may have struggled during ice age

They prefer freezing conditions but Antarctica’s emperor penguins may have struggled with the cold during the last Ice Age when temperatures cooled, a study suggested Monday. Researchers looking at..
Raw Story 2 days ago

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News24.com | Ice age emperor penguins hit hard by cold - study

Antarctica's Ross Sea has been a rare safe haven for emperor penguins for thousands of years, even when temperatures were too harsh for their liking, a new study suggests.
News24 2 days agoAlso reported by •Bangkok PostBusiness Insiderajc.comNewsmax
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Antarctica today: -30 and perfect for penguins, unlike last ice age, study finds

Current sea ice conditions may be optimal for emperor penguin population, which is estimated to be seven times larger than during ice age, researchers say Continue reading...
guardian.co.uk 3 days ago

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Can You Dig It? More Evidence Suggests Humans From The Ice Age

Initially dismissed as a hoax a century ago, scientists have found evidence in Florida of humans living 14,000 years ago. If the findings hold up, they will help rewrite the history of early man.
NPR 4 days ago

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