Monday, 1 December 2014

REPORT

                               

                                                   Report about the Albatross 

They normally breed on remote islands and spend at least 85 percent of their lives at sea, well away from land and human view.
Renowned ocean wanderers, they travel vast distances from their breeding grounds to feed. The royal albatross, for example, with its massive wingspan of up to 3.3 metres flies an estimated 190,000 kilometres a year.

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