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An Iceberg Finally Crashed into Antarctica: Report

In the long lost colony of Denison, way out  in the Antarctic, penguins once lived happily ever after. According to new reports out by researchers in Antarctic Science, such, is no longer the case. Per researchers, an iceberg the size of Rhode Island (that originally made a crash landing in the area in 2010) has finally crashed entirely in the area.  Scientists say that some 150,000 penguins have died  since the iceberg first crashed in 2010.

Now, it is widely believed that just around 10-15,000 penguins remain the area. Scientists note of one particular trouble for the adorable little critters,  some of which,  includes now having to walk 40 miles to hunt for food due to the crash.

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