African Penguins May Go Extinct Due to Lack of Food and Climate Change, Experts Say
The population of African penguins has drastically declined over the last century. Experts say they could go extinct in the next few decades as only two percent of the species' twentieth-century population remains. Human factors, like industrial fishing, pollution and oil spills, affect the endangered species. Climate change is also a cause. Inside Edition Digital’s Andrea Swindall has more.