Where do albatross come from?



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    The albatross ranges from the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific. Most albatrosses can be found in the southern hemisphere from Antarctica to Australia, South Africa and South America. There a few species that only frequent the North Pacific, from Hawaii to Japan, California and Alaska and only one species in the Galapagos Islands. The albatross is one of the largest birds and many of its species are endangered and threatened with extinction.

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