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World’s second largest emperor penguin colony ‘disappeared overnight’ with thousands of chicks wiped out

The world’s second largest emperor penguin colony is believed to have been effectively wiped out overnight, with thousands of chicks drowning after an ice shelf in Antarctica collapsed.  

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