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The wandering albatross, snowy albatross, white-winged albatross or goonie (Diomedea exulans) is a large seabird from the family Diomedeidae, which has a circumpolar range in the Southern Ocean.

Adults can weigh from 13 to 28 lb., although most will weigh 14.0 to 26.3 lb. On Macquarie Island, three males averaged 19 lb. and three females averaged 14 lb.

In the Crozet Islands, males averaged 20.8 lb. while females averaged 17.3 lb. However, 10 unsexed adults from the Crozets averaged 21 lb.
On South Georgia, 52 males were found to average 20.1 lb. while 53 females were found to average 16.0 lb.

Immature birds have been recorded weighing as much as 35 lb. during their first flights (at which time they may still have fat reserves that will be shed as they continue to fly).

On South Georgia, fledglings were found to average 24 lb. Albatrosses from outside the “snowy” wandering albatross group (D. exulans) are smaller but are now generally deemed to belong to different species.

The plumage varies with age, with the juveniles starting chocolate brown. As they age they become whiter.

The adults have white bodies with black and white wings. Males have whiter wings than females with just the tips and trailing edges of the wings black.

The wandering albatross is the whitest of the wandering albatross species complex, the other species having a great deal more brown and black on the wings and body as breeding adults, very closely resembling immature wandering albatrosses.