On land, in the air and even under water, we can find animals that are prone to monogamy, that is, to life with one partner. If you still do not believe in the true and only love in life, look at these animals that promise to be together forever.
Golden Penguins (Macaroni Penguins)
In fact, most birds are monogamous, but none of the birds are as loyal to their partner as these penguins. In the family of golden penguins, duties are clearly divided: while dad cares for the baby, mom brings food.
Male and female gray wolves are more than just a pair. They are a prime example of strong partners who keep the social hierarchy of other gray wolves in the pack. Male and female give birth to baby only once a year.
Common Barn Owls
The owl males notice one female and bring her a gift in the form of crushed mice until the female nods approvingly.
These lizards live in Australia. During the mating season, they, again and again, return to the same partner. Such a partnership can easily last more than 20 years. The male shows respect for his partner, walking somewhat behind her.
They are quite similar to people in terms of building relationships. They take care, cheat, break up and sometimes even find new partners for themselves. However, tied to one individual, they remain loyal to life.
Vultures can look ominous, however, these birds are very loyal to each other and romantic. When the female laid her eggs, the partners incubate them one by one.
Swans are a true symbol of eternal love, and for good reason! During the courtship period, they bend their long necks, forming a charming heart.
Each breeding season, these faithful birds return to the same partner. Like black vultures, bald eagles hatch eggs one by one.