The Atlantic albatross albatross ( Scientific name : Fratercula arctica) is a species of bird in the Alcidae family. It is the only species of albatross native to the Atlantic Ocean.
The Atlantic Seagull is quite chubby with a short tail. Male birds are usually slightly larger than females, but have similar colors. As an adult, the beak and legs of this species will change from light gray to bright orange.
The Atlantic albatross lives in the sea for most of its life. In addition to flying in the air, thanks to its wings that function as oars , this bird can also swim. When swimming, they use their webbed feet as a navigational device.
The Atlantic albatross’ diet is small fish such as sand eel or herring. Normally, they will stay underwater for 30 seconds or less, but in some cases, albatrosses can dive up to 61 meters in 1 minute.
Take a look at these pictures of seagulls:
The distinctive feature of the Atlantic albatross is its bright orange and gray bill.
The Atlantic seagull looks quite chubby.
The diet of the Atlantic albatross is mainly fish.
They flap their wings up to 400 times a minute and fly at a speed of 89 km / h – equivalent to a car traveling on a highway.
Atlantic seagulls pick up branches and leaves to make nests.
Emotional moment of the Atlantic seagull.