At over 11 feet, the wandering albatross has the biggest wingspan of any bird on the planet. One of these birds can fly millions of miles during a lifetime, but they don’t live a solitary existence; they are masters of the long-distance relationship. Bertie watches as an old albatross couple reunites alongside a pair of flirty teenagers on a bizarre first date.
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20 COMMENTS

  1. Bertie is so genuinely charming. The amazement and joy of this job and the pictures are stunning. Thank you for this little webseries. It’s beautifully done and so informative.

  2. This is such an interesting and amazing series! Thank you National Geographic! Such amazing documentary should have gained more views to serve the purpose of educating the public and create awareness.

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