Albatross or Diomedeidae bird

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Albatross
Albatross

Albatross

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Albatross
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Albatross

The scientific name of this bird is Diomedeidae. It was classified under a higher classification of Procellariiformes. They range in the Southern Ocean and North Pacific. Wingspan reaches up to 12 feet. They feed on crustaceans, fish and cephalopods, and offal. Sometimes they take even zooplankton. They lay a single egg with white reddish spots on it. Each egg weighs 200 to 510 g. They breed every 18 months. This kind of bird creates nests with the help of grass, shrubs, peat, soil, and penguin feathers. Incubation is taken by both birds. Chick will be brooded and guarded for three weeks. Albatross can survive for up to 50 years.

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