Wandering Albatross pair up in their teens and can spend a further 50 years together, one of the longest partnerships in the animal world.

Wandering Albatross pair up in their teens and can spend a further 50 years together, one of the longest partnerships in the animal world.

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Posted on Tuesday, 1 May
Tagged as: Animals Wandering Albatross Sea Birds Bird Bird of Prey Predators Courtship Wildlife Nature
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