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Australian Albatrosses



Albatrosses

Royal Albatross
(Diomedea epomophora)
Royal Albatross
The Royal Albatross has a white head and body with black speckles on the mantle. The wings are dark brown or black with white markings on the wing coverts. The tail is white with black tip. The bill is pink with black on the cutting edge on the... Click to continue>
Wandering Albatross
(Diomedea exulans)
Wandering Albatross
The Wandering Albatross has the longest wingspan of all ocean birds. It can remain in the air without beating its wings for several hours at a time. The plumage changes with age. Juveniles start off chocolate brown, becoming whiter as they mature.... Click to continue>
Laysan Albatross
(Phoebastria immutabilis)
Laysan Albatross
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Light-mantled Sooty Albatross
(Phoebetria palpebrata)
Light-mantled Sooty Albatross
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Sooty Albatross
(Phoebetria fusca)
Sooty Albatross
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Black-browed Albatross
(Thalassarche melanophris)
Black-browed Albatross
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Bullers Albatross
(Thalassarche bulleri)
Bullers Albatross
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Grey-headed Albatross
(Thalassarche chrysostoma)
Grey-headed Albatross
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Shy Albatross
(Thalassarche cauta)
Shy Albatross
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Yellow-nosed Albatross
(Thalassarche chlororhynchos)
Yellow-nosed Albatross
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