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  • Spotted from Space: The 1.5m penguins no one knew existed

    One and a half million penguins are hard to miss - or so you would think.

  • blackcatnursery
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    Originally posted by primer View Post
    Americans looking for fertilizer
    sadly yes - if they have not already got enough bull *hite

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  • Penny the Penguin
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    Originally posted by commanding View Post
    Penny the Penguin should read this thread.
    That's my squad

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  • primer
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    Americans looking for fertilizer

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  • commanding
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    Penny the Penguin should read this thread.

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  • JimHPTN
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    Originally posted by Hildemel View Post
    Okay.

    I read that as 1.5 m(eters tall) Penguins.
    That would have been totally awesome!

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  • riderboy
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    Originally posted by Hildemel View Post
    Okay.

    I read that as 1.5 m(eters tall) Penguins.
    Yikes! Penguinzilla.

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  • Hildemel
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    Okay.

    I read that as 1.5 m(eters tall) Penguins.

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  • riderboy
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    Originally posted by blackcatnursery View Post

    only thing I ever saw that was unusually thick was Al Gore - but he certainly made a lot of $'s peddling that rubbish

    Make you wonder with all this 'settled science' how the hell they missed all these penguin's - are they stealth penguin's or something
    I was disassembling a firearm and had a spring pop out and fly across the room. Never found it. I'm not sure where I'm going with this but it seems similar to 1.5 million missing penguins.

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  • blackcatnursery
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    Originally posted by riderboy View Post
    Amazing, particularly on the heels of this.. But I thought Al Gore said the ice in Antarctic would be gone by now. Instead it was "unusually thick"? From your source.

    only thing I ever saw that was unusually thick was Al Gore - but he certainly made a lot of $'s peddling that rubbish

    Make you wonder with all this 'settled science' how the hell they missed all these penguin's - are they stealth penguin's or something

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  • riderboy
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    Amazing, particularly on the heels of this.. But I thought Al Gore said the ice in Antarctic would be gone by now. Instead it was "unusually thick"? From your source.

    It comes after thousands of Adélie penguin chicks died between 2010 and 2017 due to mass starvation, in what French scientists described as a "catastrophic breeding failure" caused by unusually thick sea ice which forced their parents to forage further for food.

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