Something ala John the Baptist?
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62 and not one gray hair. In fact I doubt if her age could be distinguished from much younger birds. The whole thing is quite amazing, particularly when you consider that she was born with all the cells which would become her eggs during her lifetime, so they're at least 62 years old as well.
I do hope someone can get a tiny radio transmitter on an albatross and figure out just how far they do fly in a life-time. 3 million miles is astounding.