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The planet's largest colony of king penguins has declined by nearly 90 percent in three decades, alarmed researchers said Monday.King penguins are homebodies.El Nino's are cyclical events that occur every two to seven years.Indeed, Weimerskirch and colleagues showed in an earlier study that climate change, on its current trajectory, will likely make the Iles Crozet – the archipelago that contains Ile aux Cochons – unviable for king penguins by midcentury.King penguins are the second-largest penguin species after the emperor.Aptenodytes patagonica patagonicus inhabits the Falklands and South Georgia Island, while Aptenodytes patagonica halli resides in the southernmost reaches of Indian Ocean and South Pacific.
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