Largest Living Flying Bird?


The wandering albatross is the world's largest bird that is capable of flight. The bird has a wingspread of over 3.5 metres and is the largest member of the genus Diomedea, one of the largest birds, best known and studied species, in the world. It can be found in a number of locations including Africa and Antarctica.
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Birds are vertebrates with feathers, modified for flight and for active metabolism. Birds are a monophyletic lineage, evolved once from a common ancestor, and all birds are related through that common origin. More >>
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The largest flying bird EVER was the the Giant Teratorn, from South America, but it is now extinct. The largest flying bird LIVING is the wandering albatross.
The California Condor - which is also an endangered bird.
The Kori Bustard of northeast and southern Africa and the great
The wandering albatross is the bird with the biggest wingspan, reaching up to 5.3 metres and weigh between 6 and 16 kg. The heaviest flying bird is the kori bustard and weighs up
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