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two seagulls sitting on the ground with their heads touching each other's beaks
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The Waved Albatross - Phoebastria irrorat - is unique in being the largest bird in the Galapagos Islands by Eleanor Briccetti
the silhouettes of two birds are shown in black and white, with one flying
Striking NASA images: Fourth-largest lake nearly dried up
A drawing of the world's largest-ever flying bird, Pelagornis sandersi, shows its size next to a California condor, bottom left, and a Royal albatross, bottom right. The giant bird's skeleton was discovered in 1983 near Charleston, but its first formal description was released July 7 by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
two large birds standing on top of a grass covered field next to the ocean with mountains in the background
Bird With Largest Wingspan – Bird Wingspan List
Meet the Wandering Albatross. One of the world's largest flying birds, with a wingspan up to 11.5 feet.
a bird with its mouth open standing next to another bird
When mamma says hush little baby, she is quite serious_ as demonstrated here.
a seagull flying in the air with its wings spread
Avviso di reindirizzamento
The wingspans of the largest great albatrosses are the largest of any bird, exceeding 340 cm (11.2 ft). lbatross have high glide ratios, around 22:1 to 23:1, meaning that for every meter they drop, they can travel forward 22 metres.
two birds with their beaks open in the middle of some dry grass and weeds
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Waved Albatross, by Tim Laman. Audubon Magazine. I want to see them so bad and they have an awesome courtship display :)
a seagull flying over the ocean on a cloudy day
Albatross - albatrosses and petrels, regularly grab the baited hooks on long lines. Many albatrosses are dragged to their deaths - more than 100,000 each year!
a seagull flying over the water with mountains in the background
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Albatross - The wingspans of the largest great albatrosses are the largest of any bird, exceeding 340 cm (11.2 ft). lbatross have high glide ratios, around 22:1 to 23:1, meaning that for every meter they drop, they can travel forward 22 metres.
a close up of a seagull with a yellow beak on the water's surface
birds of a feather
The Chatham Albatross (Thalassarche eremita), also known as the Chatham Mollymawk or Chatham Islands Mollymawk,[4] is a medium-sized black-and-white albatross which breeds only on The Pyramid, a large rock stack in the Chatham Islands, New Zealand.
a close up view of a white bird's face and beak with its eyes closed
Black-browed albatross; Falkland Islands .Photo by John Shaw..