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    About This Project

    Albatrosses scour miles of ocean when they forage for food (squid are one of their favorite meals). Like any parent, when they need to provide for their chicks, their energy demands go way up! We need to know exactly how much energy they expend, and how much this will increase if food becomes less available and they are forced to cover more distance.
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