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A Buller's Albatross with its distinct yellow detail. #birds #birdwatching #travel #cute #beautiful #wow #animals #wildlife #southafrica #capetown #albatross #ocean

A Buller's Albatross with its distinct yellow detail.

Meet the Wandering Albatross. One of the world's largest flying birds, with a wingspan up to 11.5 feet.

Meet the Wandering Albatross. One of the world's largest flying birds, with a wingspan up to feet. They can fly thousands of miles and never touch land to rest.

A light-mantled Albatross waits for...? #birds #birdwatching #travel #cute #beautiful #wow #animals #wildlife #southafrica #capetown #albatross #ocean

A light-mantled Albatross waits for.

Northern royal albatross.        Diomedea Sanfordi Dorsal  December 2009.                   by Mark Fraser

Dorsal view of adult in flight. Forty-Fours, Chatham Islands, December Image © Mark Fraser by Mark Fraser

A quick snack for a Buller's Albatross. #birds #birdwatching #travel #cute #beautiful #wow #animals #wildlife #southafrica #capetown #albatross #ocean

A quick snack for a Buller's Albatross.

Image detail for -The status of the world’s seabirds has deteriorated rapidly over recent decades and several species and many populations are now perilously close to extinction ...

Image detail for -The status of the world’s seabirds has deteriorated rapidly over recent decades and several species and many populations are now perilously close to extinction .

"They don't call me "Sooty" for nothing!" A Sooty Albatross looks on (probably for fish). #birds #birdwatching #travel #cute #animals #wildlife #southafrica #capetown #albatross

"They don't call me "Sooty" for nothing!" A Sooty Albatross looks on (probably for fish).

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