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Albatrosgasse, named on November 6, 1957 after the bird Albatros.

Albatrosses are a group of large to very large sea birds. They can reach wingspans of over 3.5 m, surpassing any other living bird species. Even the smallest members of the family still have spans of two meters.

Weighing up to 12 kilograms, albatrosses are among the heaviest birds capable of flying.

The majority of the species live over the oceans of the southern hemisphere.