Seeing the flying Albatross can be a spectacular sight. This Giant Bird has the longest wings of any bird – up to a distance of 11 feet!
The Albatross is the largest nomad bird in the world, the largest compared to other birds. Albatrosses use their tough wings to ride a sea breeze and sometimes glide for hours without a break. They can also float on the surface of seawater, and this is where they get the greatest danger from marine predators like sharks.
Albatross birds drink sea water, just like some other seabirds.
This bird will definitely make your child interested. Also, Albatross looks very beautiful, will be interesting for your child’s coloring activities.
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Albatross is known to have a very long age. The oldest documented albatross age is 50 years. Almost the same as human age. These birds are rarely seen on land. They only gather in the mating season. At the time of this mating season, they gather in the land and form a colony. One pair of Albatross produces one egg only. They guarded this egg and incubated alternately.
Albatross birds eat squid and also other fish. This bird is also known to the sailors because of their habit of flying along the ship and waiting for the remaining food from the sailors.
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