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Wandering Albatross - Kaikoura. Deze reuzenalbatros heeft de grootste spanwijdte van alle vogels > 3.50 m.

Albatross - The wingspans of the largest great albatrosses are the largest of any bird, exceeding 340 cm ft). Albatross have high glide ratios, around to meaning that for every meter they drop, they can travel forward 22 metres.

sublime sunset image of bird moses "walking" on water: "In action" by Alin Stancioiu on 500px

Reflections - sublime sunset image of bird moses "walking" on water: "In action" by Alin Stancioiu on

Royal Albatross - Seen on Taiaroa Head, Otago Peninsula, New Zealand

An endangered species found in the Chatham Islands and Taiaroa Head, Otago Peninsula, New Zealand. WWF works to protect petrels and albatross in NZ waters**

Waved Albatross Standing on Rock at Punta Suarez Hood Island Galapagos

the waved albatross is a critically endangered seabird native to the galapagos islands

Waved Albatross Standing on Rock at Punta Suarez, Hood Island of the Galapagos. They look a bit flat-headed in some photos, but they really are not.

Waved Albatross Standing on Rock at Punta Suarez, Hood Island of the Galapagos. They look a bit flat-headed in some photos, but they really are not. ~~ What a nutty looking bird! Too funny and cute at the same time!

Tienes la libertad de ser uno mismo, tu verdadero ser, aquí y ahora, y nada puede interponerse en su camino. "Juan Salvador Gaviota  (Richard Bach)   (via 500px / Seagull by Kevin Rocha)

Affectionately, we call these birds "peanut butter & jelly birds", because one like this swiped a p sandwich out of my 3 year olds hands!

Chatham Albatross Breeds solely on a small, precipitous rock in the Chatham Islands called ‘The Pyramid’, to the east of New Zealand (2). When not breeding, the Chatham albatross migrates across the South Pacific and can be found off the coast of Peru and Chile

Chatham Albatross Thalassarche Eremita Art Print by Tui De Roy

Chatham Albatross Breeds Solely on A Small, Precipitous Rock in The Chatham Islands Called: "The Pyramid." East of New Zealand. When Not Breeding, The Chatham Albatross Migrates Across The South Pacific & Can be Found Off The Coast of Peru & Chile.