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Preserving the Royal Albatross and their young

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The Royal Albatross spends over 85% of their lives at sea. Returning to land only to breed and raise their young. Slow reproduction rates, changes in habitat and climate, and some fishing practices make the Royal Albatross vulnerable.

Protecting the Royal Albatross is vital to safeguarding its unique ecological role, maintaining biodiversity, and preserving a national treasure. It ensures the long-term survival of this majestic species for future generations to appreciate and cherish.

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The Royal Albatross Centre is a not-for-profit organisation under the Otago Peninsula Trust which has been protecting and conserving wildlife, including the Northern Royal Albatross for over 50 years. 

To find out more about the Royal Albatross or The Royal Albatross Centre, visit their website:


To help the species, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our Royal Albatross EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and online to
The Royal Albatross Centre


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