Satellite images show emperor penguins 'double'


An international team of scientists has been using high resolution satellite images from space to count penguins.

They have found that there are twice as many emperor penguins in Antarctica as previously thought.

It is the first time that an entire species has been tracked from space.

Pallab Ghosh reports.

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