Undiscovered "supercolony" of penguins revealed using NASA satellite imagery

A team of scientists has discovered a previously unknown massive “supercolony” of penguins in Antarctica by identifying dark guano stains in NASA satellite imagery. Following a visit to the site, the team used a specialized drone-assisted system to count the population, revealing a stunning 1.5 million Adélie Penguins…
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