Global Penguin Conservation

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  • Ross Sea Marine Reserve Proposal

    The remote Ross Sea supports a biologically diverse ecosystem that has thrived essentially unchanged for millenniums. In fact, a 2011 study published in the journal Biological Conservation called the Ross Sea “the least altered marine ecosystem on Earth.” Read More

  • Test Your Penguin Smarts

    There are 18 species of penguins, and while all of them can be recognized by their black and white feathers, there are many characteristics that make each unique. See how much you know about the world’s penguins by taking our quiz in honor of World Penguin Day on April 25. Read More

  • East Antarctica Marine Protected Area Proposal

    The East Antarctic ice sheet flows off the Antarctic continent into the surrounding Southern Ocean, surrendering to sapphire seas that are home to an array of marine life. Penguins, seals, Antarctic krill, and Antarctic and Patagonian toothfish, also known as Chilean sea bass, are among the many species that rely on this relatively unexplored, remote, and frigid habitat for survival. Read More

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Barbara Cvrkel

Officer, Communications