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Albatrosses are threatened with extinction




Marion and Prince Edward islands (south indian ocean) support about half of the entire world’s wandering albatross breeding population, estimated at around 20,000 mature individuals

Marion Island is of volcanic origin and has a rough terrain. Some areas are covered in sharp rock and others are boggy, with very wet vegetation. There is rain and strong wind on most days. Conducting research here requires walking long distances in all weathers — but the island is ideal for studying climate change, because the Southern Ocean is experiencing some of the largest global changes in climate and it is relatively undisturbed by humans.

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Albatrosses are threatened with extinction