Penguins are the canaries in the coalmine for warming in Antarctica

ANTARCTICA – The Antarctic tundra, like the tropical rainforest of South-east Asia, is never silent.

Yet, the soundscapes could not be more dissimilar. In the forest, insects buzz, reptiles hiss and birds chirp, but as we neared the South Pole, it was the landscape that resounded.

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