Is an albatross bigger than an eagle?

Asked by Isla Carlson

Answer: Wandering Albatross

Among the world’s largest birds there are some pretty impressive wingspans. The Golden Eagle averages a wingspan of 5 feet 11 inches to 7 feet 8 inches. The California Condor has an impressive 8.2 to 9.8 feet wingspan. But beyond that, in a class all its own, is the Wandering Albatross.

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