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​Most Romantic Animals in Nature

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Happy Valentine’s Day!! It is always cute to see couples in love, people happy buying roses, having dinner, falling in love in a coffee shop!

But wouldn’t it get cuter to see the most romantic animals on the planet? Nature is full of romance and love, and these animals show it the best <3


Lovebirds

Just as their name lovebirds are one of the most romantic creatures on planet. Just like most birds, lovebirds are monogamous, at only 2 months old they already pick their life partner. It is not only their monogamous lifelong relationship, but their habit of sitting beside each other and cuddling that has made them such a strong image of love.



Seahorses

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Seahorses are also very romantic, as you may know male seahorses are the ones that carry the litter. Either way, they do go through an intimate courtship first. They hold tails and swim together until they change colours to show one another they are ready for romance!

When the male is pregnant, the female sticks around him flirting, holding his tail, visiting every day until he gives birth.



Garden Snails

Although snails are hermaphrodites, they require another partner to lay eggs. Their courtship process largely comes down to the animals circling one another and firing off “love darts” at each other, one third of which miss the target. The mucus-covered darts stimulate the animal’s female reproductive organs so they can hold more sperm. Once the darts are in place, the partners trade sperm cells for as long as six hours.



Bonobos

Bonobos romantic relationship falls in a complete different level. These animals like to participate in open mouth kissing with their partner. While others represent a lifelong bond of romance, bonobos personify our most popular forms of physical intimacy, kissing!



Flamingos

Flamingos flirt by forming separate groups of males and females and dance to find a mate this way, showing off their best moves and performance!



Wolves

Wolves is another one. Surprisingly, wolves do mate for life and create a lifelong relationship with their soulmates! Truly admirable.



Albatross

Albatross is a very unique species, they have the patience to first wait for over 10 years to reach sexual maturity and they don’t stop there their quest, they still take their time to find their life partner with different mating rituals such as dancing, staring and vocalizing.



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