Albatross spend the majority of their lives flying over the oceans of the world. Except for mating, they are rarely spotted on land. Since they dwell out at sea, they most likely are not found flying over lakes, but seas instead. The majority of them dwell in the vast ocean-lands of the southern hemisphere as well as the Pacific Ocean. The albatross is a large carnivorous bird with a wingspan of six feet to eleven feet wide and have been known to live up to 50 years old. Sometime this mystical being is alluded to in speech or in literature (famously by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”) to mean a psychological burden or an omen of great luck.
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