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- occasional vagrants are found. Albatrosses are among the largest of flying birds, and species of the genus Diomedea (great albatrosses) have the longest wingspans...
- members of the genus Diomedea (the great albatrosses), being similar in size to the southern royal albatross. It is one of the largest, best known, and...
- albatrosses except the sooty albatrosses, but in 1996 the genus was split, with the mollymawks and the North Pacific albatrosses both being elevated to separate...
- Les Fleurs du mal contains a poem entitled "L'Albatross" (1857) about men on ships who catch the albatrosses for sport. In the final stanza, he goes on to...
- of albatrosses scored in The Players Championship. This is a list of albatrosses scored in the BMW PGA Championship. This is a list of albatrosses scored...
- the most widespread and common member of its family. Mollymawks are albatrosses in the family Diomedeidae and order Procellariiformes, which also includes...
- Diomedea in which formerly most "white" albatrosses were placed but which is now restricted to the "great" albatrosses. They share certain identifying features...
- distances, royal albatrosses in general tend to forage in somewhat shallower waters and closer to continental shelves than wandering albatrosses. They prefer...
- Laysan albatrosses cannot breed until they are five years old, as of 2016, Wisdom was estimated to be at least 66 years old. Laysan albatrosses are colonial...
- Antipodean albatross (Diomedea antipodensis) is a large seabird in the albatross family. Antipodean albatrosses are smaller than wandering albatrosses, and...
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