Why is the albatross becoming a threatened species?



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    One of the more prominent reasons for the decline in albatross, particularly the Pacific albatross, is the increase in size of the great garbage patch, which is now twice the size of Texas, and which kills over 10,000 albatross each year.  Unfortunately, many albatross mistake the garbage for food and die quite painful deaths from the consumption of plastics and other toxins.

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