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World's Oldest Seabird Hatches New Chick

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News video: World's Oldest Seabird Hatches New ChickOn Thursday, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that the world’s oldest known seabird has a new chick. The Laysan albatross is at least 66 years old and is the world's oldest breeding bird in the wild. Named Wisdom, her offspring hatched at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge last week. Fish and Wildlife Service project leader Bob Peyton says Wisdom has returned to Midway for over six decades and has raised at least 30 chicks.

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