is for Anteater, Aphid, and Albatross.
We’ll look at Albatross.
The albatross is one of the largest seabirds, and spends most of its life soaring and gliding many miles from land. Lifespan depending on sub-species can last 40 or 50 years.
Species: 21 species are on record, although many are endangered.
Size: Wandering Albatross can reach up to 1 metre in body length with a wingspan of 3.5 metres (10 feet).
Habitat: Sky and open ocean.
Location: Pacific Ocean, mainly found in the southern regions.
Diet: Crab, Fish, Krill, Squid
Predators: Humans, Tiger Shark – which lay in wait off the coast during the breeding season; at the time fledglings leave the nest.
Info / Strange Facts: The albatross is one of many seabirds which have the ability to drink saltwater. Some species can spend their first six or seven years in flight.