LOVING SWAN REUNITES WITH PARTNER

Loving Swan Reunites with Partner

Interesting comments from the rescuers “We’re stunned can’t believe how many people have such great feelings about this.

Loving Swan Reunites with Partner

Loving Swan Reunites with Partner

“We hope this video gets across the message that people should honor and love all creatures, big or small, and help them when needed.”

Loving swan reunites with partner, and it's magical

These swans are #couplegoals

Posted by Animalkind Stories on Thursday, September 21, 2017

This is the heartwarming moment a loving swan was reunited with its partner after weeks apart, immediately sparking an embrace and a swan dance.

After weeks apart, these two swans finally reunite and embrace in a magical swan dance.

There are so many reasons why swans are one of the most magnificent creatures inhabiting the planet Earth. Their form exudes such elegance, they almost look too fragile. Also, there is something magical about their being. We have worshipped them for so long, they have even found a special place in our folklore, the magical swan that has the ability to turn into a beautiful girl, ring any bells?

Swans are also a sign of love. They grace the face of almost every Valentine’s Day love card, and there is a perfectly good reason why. Imagine a pair of swans, sitting on the surface of a serene lake during spring, gliding through the sweltering hot evenings in summer, having their heads bent towards each other on a chilly autumn morning, hiding from the cold of the winter.

Swans make the perfect couples. When we think of them we think of fidelity, we think of everlasting love. The reason for this is because swans mate for life. They choose one partner and they follow them around for all eternity. In this video, we can see a swan couple reuniting together after being a few weeks apart. They are so happy they start twirling around each other and the only word to explain this is simply magical.

Highlighting the strength of emotions the birds have for one another, the recovering female headed straight for its partner when she was released back into the water by animal rescue workers.

The bird had fallen ill with botulism, a food poisoning caused by bacteria-produced in toxins, and around three weeks earlier could barely lift its head.

It was released back to the waters of Dordrecht, the Netherlands, on September 6, by Roland van Goch, a volunteer at Dierenbescherming, an animal rescue group.

With only a few exceptions, once swans have courted they are bonded for life.

Over recent days, Roland and his team’s video of the swans’ reunion has gone viral, gaining millions of hits in the process.

Roland said: “We’re stunned can’t believe how many people have such great feelings about this.

“We rescue wounded animal; wild or house animals, like cats dogs.

“Whether it’s a bird who is injured or a cat or dog, we get them to the vet as soon as possible.

“We hope this video gets across the message that people should honor and love all creatures, big or small, and help them when needed.”

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