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# How far can the Albatross fly at one time?

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###### 2009-08-16 06:37:58

The question has no simple answer because it it is imprecise. They feed by taking food from the surface of the sea or by diving and may not touch land for years when immature, but they have to feed and to do that they have to stop flying.

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