Research has discovered a big change in how Emperor penguins in Antarctica have babies because of the changing climate. These penguins, known for their special ways and needing ice, are facing a different world.

Normally, they have babies on strong ice during the cold Antarctic winter. But the ice is changing because the Earth is getting warmer. This means penguins are changing how they do things. Some are now having babies on icebergs that float in the sea, and others are going closer to the coast. This shows how smart these penguins are, finding new ways to keep their kind safe. But there are problems too. Where they have babies affects how many there are and if they’re safe. People who study animals are watching these changes to understand what will happen. This shows that even places far away are changing because of the climate, and we need to help these penguins and where they live.