Facing problems in a relationship is natural. But letting these problems grow is not good especially when the problem is between a couple. We need to learn a lesson in the relationship from loving animal couples as more than 90 percent of birds are monogamous. Let’s find the way to keep your relationship healthy and memorable.
What animals do to maintain a healthy relationship?
Macaroni penguin: Macaroni penguin couples dance when they see each other. They puff up their chests, swing their heads side to side, and make a gurgling-like sound. And they have such a wonderful understanding and respect for the other gender that once their baby is born, the father looks after the chick while the mother hunts for food.
Seahorse: Seahorses pair for life. The first thing they do in the morning is meeting their partner to reinforce their pair bonding with an elaborate courtship display.
Shingleback skink: It is a type of lizard native to Australia that returns to the same partner each mating season. Their partnership could last more than 20 years. They even walk close together and the interesting part is the male following slightly behind his mate. What a lovely understanding they have!
Bald eagle: Just like these lizards Bald eagles return to their same partners each mating season. What makes their relationship go for life is their understanding as the male eagles also help their partners to keep the eggs warm and feed the little ones after they are born.
Swans: Humans try to make their relationship strong by gifting a pair of swans to their partner. But I think they need to follow their footprints to keep their relation to life. Swans represent faith, loyalty, and love for life. Swans have only one partner for their entire life. If their partner dies, they could, in fact, die of heartbreak but they never betray.
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