Did you know that albatrosses spend most of their lives at sea?
- Some species of albatross have been known to fly 1000 kilometres in a single day.
- Albatrosses spend most of their lives at sea, only returning to land to breed.
- Albatrosses pair up for life.
- Over a lifetime, an albatross can fly millions of kilometres - enough to circle the Earth over 100 times.
Incredibly, some types of albatross can travel up to 1000 kilometres in a single day.
They are among the largest of all flying birds.
Some species have a wingspan of over three metres allowing them to take full advantage of the updrafts that form when strong winds are deflected by waves or ...
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