Waddling over the rocks, legions of penguins hurl themselves into the icy waters of Antarctica, foraging to feed their young. Like seals and whales, they eat krill, an inch-long shrimp-like crustacean which forms the basis of the Southern Ocean food chain. But penguin-watchers say the krill are getting scarcer around the western Antarctic peninsula, under threat from climate change and fishing.
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