"We can't see actual penguins on the satellite maps because the resolution isn't good enough," said mapping expert Peter Fretwell. "But during the breeding season the birds stay at a colony for eight months. The ice gets pretty dirty and it's the guano stains that we can see."
"This is a very exciting development. Now we know exactly where the penguins are, the next step will be to count each colony so we can get a much better picture of population size," said penguin ecologist Phil Trathan.Estimates put the total number of penguins at between 200,000 and 400,000 breeding pairs.
Someone out there must REALLY be concerned about Penguins, as they are willing to track sh*t to find them. Could it be a diabolical plan to invade from the North? And can someone explain why, if we can find clumps of little brown sh*t on an ice cap, we can't seem to find groups of half a million black birds on a white sheet? When did this become difficult? Really?
If you see a Penguin walking down your street, its most likely because the invasion of Penguins has already begun, and the sh*t tracking has failed. Say your prayers humans.