This trophy goes to the exquisite white and black wandering albatross. With a wingspan of up to 3.5 meters, the wandering albatross spends most of its life in flight. You can find them in Antarctica and Africa and are frequent visitors to several bays. If anything some of these birds follow ships way into the sea to see if they can get food handouts or garbage. Their main food, however, is usually small fish and shrimp. Wandering albatrosses land only to find food and during mating season to find mates.
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