The world's oldest albatross, Wisdom, has recently hatched its 36th chick. Interestingly enough, this 62-year-old bird's mate is presumed to be a tad younger, so kudos to Wisdom for still managing to get a date despite its being freakishly old.
Wildlife researchers first became acquainted to Wisdom back in 1956, when they banded it and began keeping a detailed record of its journeys.
Daily Mail says that, since said date and up until present days, Wisdom has covered a distance of up to 3 million miles (about 4.8 million kilometers), which happens to be the equivalent of six round trips to the moon.
Wisdom hatched its 36th chick at the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Pacific Ocean, and by the looks of it, it seems quite ready and willing to look after it with as much love and attention as it showed towards its other offspring.