An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP
An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP

Antarctica turning green because of global warming

Topic |   Climate change
An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP
An Adelie penguin at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, and some parts of the continent are turning green. Photo: AFP
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