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    08-05-2021, 08:22 PM #191
    As steadily rising temperatures cause faster melting of glaciers and sea ice, it is getting increasingly difficult for Emperor penguins to form breeding colonies, forage for food and avoid predators. One study says 98% of Emperor penguin colonies could be on the brink of extinction by 2100. Yikes!

    Emperor penguin colonies face extinction due to climate change, US officials say
    The Fish & Wildlife Service is seeking protections under the Endangered Species Act. An independent study found that nearly all colonies could be wiped out by 2100.

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/emper...b039aafa11c8f3

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    08-13-2021, 08:37 PM #192
    Worldwide, July is typically the hottest month of the year. In July 2021, temperatures in the northern hemisphere measured 2.77° F (1.54° C) above average. Record high temperatures were recorded in Asia, Ireland, Japan, Turkey and other countries. On August 11, a weather station on the island of Sicily registered a high of 119.85° F (48.8° C), the highest temperature ever recorded in Europe. Yikes!

    July 2021 was officially the hottest month on record

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/july-...b07c140314d288

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    09-10-2021, 08:01 PM #193
    California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Nevada endured record-setting heat in June, July and August. Among this summer's high temperatures: 107° in Boise, 108° in Seattle, 116° in Portland, 117° in Salem, 117° in Las Vegas and 130° in Death Valley. Yikes!

    United States endured hottest summer on record in 2021, NOAA says

    https://www.fox29.com/weather/united...2021-noaa-says

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