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Scientists Take First-Ever Penguin Census — from Space

3 years agoNews : NewsFeed

Forget seeing the Great Wall of China from space. (It isn’t actually visible using only the naked eye, anyway.) Scientists have taken what is being called the “first-ever penguin census” using satellite technology. Using photos from 2009, scientists examined several images taken by privately-owned satellites in space to tally the number of emperor penguins in the [...]
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