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AP - Tue Nov 21, 7:15 AM ET In this Sept. 29, 1995 file photo made available by Sea World, an emperor penguin tends to his newly-hatched chick inside Sea World of California's Penguin Encounter in San Diego. Animal and plant species have begun dying off or changing sooner than predicted because of global warming, a review of hundreds of research studies contends. The study's author, biologist Camille Parmesan of the University of Texas, said she worries most about the cold-adapted species, such as emperor penguins that have dropped from 300 breeding pairs to just nine in the western Antarctic Peninsula, or polar bears, which are dropping in numbers and weight in the Arctic. (AP Photo/HO)
(And while we're here, something that repeatedly comes up, but will make a few of you think anyway. How do you say penguin? Say it to yourself first....and now, is it ping-win...ping-gwin....pen-guin (pen as in, the 'e' saying 'eh')....pang-guin....?)

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