What are these penguins doing, and why do they keep changing positions?
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Those perverts! Always changing position!!!
Huddling amongst each other for warmth—a way of life that more & more appears like it may be in the human species’ not too distant future, not sweltering in the heat…
That ol’ climate just keeps on changin’…round and round and round and…But oh, wait! THIS time WE’RE HERE to MEASURE & RECORD it!!! That’s gotta mean WE’RE the cause of it! All those countless cycles of climate change in the past— they were all just a fluke….
And at this time of year it’s just the guys, left alone to mind the babies in the dark. In the spring, just as the babies get interesting the Mums return and tell the Dads to push off.
Brokeback Ice Shelf.
LOL. Gotta admire anyone who wants to play at Minus 110 Degrees but I think they might suffer from too many headaches to get up to too much trouble. But the Adelie penguines are another matter.
“Fight!” No… sexy dead penguin in the center! And O’s going to say that he personally evolved to be in favor of inter-species necrogamy. No, I think even the penguins have had enough of temps that could turn their beaks into dry ice. They would be saying “pump the atmosphere with CO2 to warm things up,” but CO2 doesn’t do squat, so they don’t bother.
Minus 110°F. That’s what I thought would never happen. Now it’s happening all the time, it seems. This isn’t your father’s global warming.
“Buk buk, feels more like -69 degrees to me! Squak!” –Penguin John Holmes
It’s proof of Global Weirding. 🙂
Penguins huddling together in the Antarctic. Large herds of Wildebeest together on the plains of Africa. Walrus’s packed in like sardines on a rock in the Arctic.
They are being Australia, although they’ve forgotten to do Tasmania. We do too, sometimes.
Soon we will get an election, and will change our positions again…bye bye, Julia, enjoy your vastly deserved forcible retirement!
Huh, I thought the same thing. They’ve drawn a very accurate map of Australia, looking east from the west coast.
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