“It’s worse than we thought” is the usual catchcry of warmist propaganda. Now it’s the ‘too cold’ and ‘extra ice’ that is the problem, as the Guardian found out to it’s dismay, trapped in thickening Antarctic ice. The penguins, think of the penguins:
Ornithologist Kerry-Jayne Wilson counted the populations of Adélie penguins. She found what she had feared – numbers in decline – and something worse: bodies of dead chicks littering the rookeries and many eggs not being properly incubated. These birds feed on the seashore, which has moved some 70km thanks to ice around Cape Denison. Every extra kilometre the penguins have to walk reduces the energy available for rearing young. Until iceberg B09B melts and the fast ice dissipates and returns open water to Cape Denison, penguin numbers will continue to drop.
The arriving Aurora Australis is the last chance to open up a passage through Antarctic ice for expedition’s trapped ship