September 2nd, 2015
Name of the story teller: Beth (resident of Judson Park, Cleveland, Ohio)
They are a pair of penguins. They are looking at something new, staring out something new. Actually they might be looking out to see how much glacier is melting. They know how much glacier now is melting and they are concerned. So they have lived in this place for many years. They are very concerned about changes that taking place around them. They are in the area near North Pole. Temperature is probably around 32 degrees. They are mates. It is past the heavy winter season where they are walking is melting. They are joining other penguins who are part of their community. The other penguins are sleeping. These two woke up early to explore glacier around them. They maybe the leaders of the community. And they will then inform other penguins about what they have found. There are researchers working nearby. They might want them to follow them where they see glacier is melting. They are a part of research team or an exploratory group. Norwegian, 10 Norwegian researchers are working nearby. They are searching melting glacier. They came because it is the end of winter and they are comparing melting glacier to year before. They come here once a year at the end of winter. They are going to return to Norway adn present their findings and they are international organization that are involved in this problem. People from Iceland, People from Greenland. American Scientific group is involved directly in this problem. I do not know if there are any settlements in the facility. They return to the scientific organization and tell them a story of penguins that came to their research center and they followed the penguins. They photographed them at the site where they observed meltdown. Better than that, they made a film and took it back to their community and to the organization, first to the scientific environmental and ecological group. The groups like this create great awareness of this problem, international problem of meltdown to use appealing animal figures to help create greater concern internationally. They are hoping the film makes a big impact.