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This Valentine’s day has gone to the birds.
A wildlife rescue organization in great Britain, has captured an incredible picture of the two of them, bowing their heads, with their necks forming a heart shape.
The two birds were brought in to Secret World Wildlife Rescue in Highbridge, Somerset, after they were caught in the back of the house, in Athelney, a press agency SWNS reports.
This is the time that the two of them, in a shelter, bowed their heads to each other, and the neck is perfectly formed in the shape of a love heart. (Credit: SWNS)
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The Secret World of Wildlife Rescue, has not yet responded to Fox News requests for comment, but we did tweet, it was thought that the photo was “cute.”
Before being rescued, the man was very protective of the women, who have not been able to get him to wake up. The organization decided to do both in the bird and the woman is slowly recovering from her ailments. In the end, when they’re fully healthy, the two birds will be released.
Mute swans are often bow their heads as part of a mating ritual, BBC reports. As soon as the date has ended, and the two birds stay together for life.
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