As temperatures warm in Antarctica, the weather regime is changing from snow to rain. In the past, the penguin colony would be covered in snow but now, it is a large, muddy mess. We witnessed this first-hand on our most recent expedition to Antarctica. Rain poured down – a seemingly unnatural sight, and juvenile penguins struggled to keep dry. These young penguins still have their fluffy down, but when it is wet, they are unable to preen themselves and their down loses its ability to insulate. At night, when the temperatures drop, they become very vulnerable to hypothermia, and most of these wet baby penguins don’t make it through the night. Unfortunately, this is only one of the many devastating effects of climate change in the Antarctic. Check out @NatGeo magazine’s story “The Big Meltdown” now available online, for my most recent work in Antarctica and learn more about the rapid changes occurring in some of our world’s most precious polar ecosystems. See my bio @cristinamittermeier for a direct link.
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