Climate pushes Antarctic penguins farther south says National Geographic 26 October 2021. But Antarctica is about as south as you can get folks. Then we also find that the Antarctic penguins named in the article – Chinstrap Penguins, Gentoo Penguins and Adelie Penguins, are actually all doing well, (Australian Antarctic Program). Since Antarctica is a land mass, not an ice cap floating on the sea, it is never going to melt. Antarctic penguins can continue to live on the coast and go fishing, just as they have always done since they moved there, no matter what happens to the sea ice; and since they still live as far north as the equator they didn’t go south for the cold in the first place. They went looking for a place where there were no predators – and cold fitted that need. Time to tell the truth National Geographic.
Creation Research News 3 November 2021
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