Hundreds of Patagonian penguins have washed up since late-June on the Brazilian coast. Many of them are baby penguins and arrived suffering from hypothermia, malnutrition and other ailments. (Jack Chang/MCT)
Hundreds of Patagonian penguins have washed up since late-June on the Brazilian coast. Many of them are baby penguins and arrived suffering from hypothermia, malnutrition and other ailments. (Jack Chang/MCT) Jack Chang / MCT
Hundreds of Patagonian penguins have washed up since late-June on the Brazilian coast. Many of them are baby penguins and arrived suffering from hypothermia, malnutrition and other ailments. (Jack Chang/MCT) Jack Chang / MCT

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July 22, 2008 3:04 PM

What's killing young penguins washing ashore thousands of miles from home?

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