Penguin Cozies

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The environmental impacts of ocean oil spills are often incalculable, but for better or for worse the effects on wildlife are well-known.  New Zealand’s coastal waters are home or breeding grounds to nearly 85 species of seabirds, and during breeding season the situation becomes increasingly desperate as the birds dive in and out of the water to find food for their chicks. Continue reading