A very large, chiefly white oceanic bird with long, narrow wings, found mainly in the southern oceans
A very large albatross of the southern Pacific Ocean, Diomedea epomophora, nesting on certain islands off New Zealand.
A common albatross, Thalassarche (or Diomedea) melanophris, which has a dark back, upperwings, and eyebrows, and is widespread in southern oceans.
A very large albatross of southern oceans, having white plumage with black wings and a wingspan of up to 3.3 m
Used in names of birds and other animals with grey heads, e.g. grey-headed albatross