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Two Antipodean Albatrosses (Diomedea antipodensis gibsoni) of the Gibson's sybspecies squabbling over food. Kaikoura, New Zealand. Photo: Sabine's Sunbird/Wikipedia

Time running out for Antipodes Island wandering albatross

The critically endangered Antipodes Island wandering albatross will be functionally extinct within the next 20 years unless the devastating decline in their population is halted, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says.  

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