As for their weight, albatrosses are relatively light despite their size, weighing in at around 7-11 kilograms
Fly thousands of kilometers over the open ocean, often without resting, for months
The albatrosses do this to find food, as their main source of nutrition is squid and fish, which they hunt in the open ocean
They use the Earth’s magnetic field as a guide, using their ability to sense the Earth’s magnetic field to orient themselves and navigate their journeys
Use their incredible eyesight and sense of smell to locate squid and fish in the water
Once they spot their prey, they use their long, powerful wings to fly just above the water’s surface, dipping their beaks into the water to snatch up their meal
The wingspan of a Wandering Albatross can reach up to 11 feet, the largest of any bird in the world.
Wandering Albatross mainly feeds on fish and squid and can travel up to 600 miles daily to find food.
Wandering Albatross can live for up to 50 years and are known for their lifelong monogamous breeding pairs and unique courtship rituals.