Friday, 24 March 2017

Albatross seabird

Albatrosses are the world's largest seabirds, spending at least 85% of their lives at the sea. New Zealand Albatrosses include two species of royal albatross/ Toroa

1 comment:

  1. Hi Thida, I'm Miro from Awahono School. I like your description about the Albatross because you say that they are the biggest birds that go to sea and that they spend a lot of their lives at sea. Maybe you could say what the Albatross does with all that time at sea.